Harry Kane voted for Robert Lewandowski as his number one pick for the Best FIFA Men’s Player Award, The Daily Mail have revealed.
All international coaches and captains picked their top three and the player with the most votes was declared the winner.
Lewandowski took home the prize for the second time in a row on Monday, with the Bayern Munich and Poland star receiving 48 points.
Lionel Messi finished in second place with 44 points while Mohamed Salah finished third with 39.
The Mail have now revealed that Kane’s first pick was Lewandowski while the Tottenham striker picked Messi and N’Golo Kante as his second and third pick respectively.
Meanwhile, Sportsmole revealed that Son Heung-min picked the same top three as Kane while Hugo Lloris voted for his compatriots Karim Benzema, Kylian Mbappe and Kante as his top three.
Meanwhile, former Spurs star Gareth Bale voted for Lewandowski, Karim Benzema and Salah.
Kane’s England boss Gareth Southgate disagreed with his captain’s pick, voting instead for Jorginho, Kevin De Bruyne and Messi.
Spurs Web Opinion
There is no doubt that Lewandowski deserved to win the award but I am surprised that Messi has finished as high as he has given the lacklustre second half of 2021 he has had PSG.
Despite winning both the Champions League and Euros, I also do not think Jorginho played well enough consistently to be in the running and I am surprised the Italian has got so many votes.
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