The Express has described how Harry Kane has beaten a host of Premier League rivals to be named the 10th best player in the world at the 2017 Ballon d’Or awards.
The article describes how our England forward has enjoyed a sensational year, finding the net 48 times in 47 appearances and that his performances for us and the Three Lions have been recognised in the voting for the prestigious Ballon d’Or award.
Kane has ranked in the top 10 at last nights ceremony, having been previously outside of the globe’s top 20 players 12 months ago.
The article continues adding it means the 24-year-old’s been deemed to be better than an a lot of Premier League adversaries.
It adds that Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho was 29th, with Sadio Mane six places better off with
Manchester United stopper David De Gea sneakinng into the top 20, with along Chelsea schemer Eden Hazard at 19th.
The article adds then that Manchester City and Belgium playmaker has been voted the 14th best player in the world in France Football’s poll with France & Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante the only UK-based player to outrank Kane, coming in at eighth this time around.
The overall Ballon d’Or award ess handed to Real Madrid and Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo for the fifth time, bringing him level on wins with Lionel Messi.
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