How to watch the 2018 Ballon d'Or online, TV

How to watch the 2018 Ballon d'Or online, TV

How to watch the 2018 Ballon d'Or online, TV

The 23-year-old won the Ballon d'Or Feminin in fine style and was joined on stage by a number of her team-mates including England star Lucy Bronze, as she made an inspirational and powerful speech asking for "every young woman to believe in themselves".

Lyon's Ada Hegerberg was crowned the first ever female Ballon d'Or victor but the moment became shrouded in controversy when French DJ Martin
Solveig - who was helping host the gala alongside David Ginola - asked the Norwegian to "twerk".

Remember the Real Madrid star has won a lot of individual awards already this year, including the Golden Ball at the 2018 World Cup and the FIFA Best Player award.

Griezmann helped France to 2018 World Cup glory in Russian Federation, while he also enjoyed a triumphant Europa League campaign with Atletico but the 27-year-old finished third behind Modric on Monday.

The last player to lift the award apart from the Argentine and Portuguese, who have won it a joint-record five times each, was Kaka in 2007 when the Brazilian played for AC Milan. Many will say that I say this only because I am his friend, but no. But the best wasn't there, the player who's been king of this sport for years. Yesterday, the Croatia worldwide was announced as the victor of the award, to the surprise of many football fans.


French disc jockey Martin Solveig appeared to embarrass Hegerberg when he asked her if she would "twerk" after she collected the trophy.

"He told me how he was seeing me as a player and what he was expecting from me". And he said that he saw me as a Ballon d'Or victor one day.

Accompanied by a video apologising further to Hegerberg, Solveig wrote on Twitter: "Sincere apologies to the one I may have offended".

"My son, I am the happiest and proudest father in the world", he said. I didn't really think about it at the time to be honest.

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