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Ronaldo, Messi did not vote for each other – See full Ballon d’Or result sheet

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Yesterday, at a gala held in Zurich, Cristiano Ronaldo was crowned the 2013 Ballon d’Or winner. The Portuguese maestro, beat Barcelona’s Lionel Messi and Bayern Munich winger Franck Ribery to the award.

Ronaldo clinched his second World Best Player award, thanks to votes from coaches, national team captains and a media representative of FIFA member nations.

The voting system, taken from FIFA’s website, awards five points to first choice, three to second and one to third, and unsurprisingly, neither Messi nor Ronaldo voted for the other in first place.

Below are the votes:

HOW THEY VOTED
THE CAPTAINS

Lionel Messi, Argentina

1) Iniesta Andrés
2) Xavi
3) Neymar

Thiago Silva, Brazil

1) Lionel Messi
2) Zlatan Ibrahimovic
3) Cristiano Ronaldo

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Steven Gerrard, England

1) Cristiano Ronaldo
2) Lionel Messi
3) Luis Suarez

Hugo Lloris, France

1) Franck Ribéry
2) Manuel Neuer
3) Gareth Bale

Philipp Lahm, Germany

1) Franck Ribéry
2) Cristiano Ronaldo
3) Lionel Messi

Gianluigi Buffon, Italy

1) Andrea Pirlo
2) Cristiano Ronaldo
3) Lionel Messi

Robin van Persie, Netherlands

1) Arjen Robben
2) Zlatan Ibrahimovic
3) Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal

1) Radamel Falcao
2) Gareth Bale
3) Mesut Özil

Iker Casillas, Spain

1) Cristiano Ronaldo
2) Franck Ribéry
3) Arjen Robben

Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Sweden

1) Franck Ribéry
2) Lionel Messi
3) Cristiano Ronaldo
THE COACHES

Alejandro Sabella, Argentina

1) Lionel Messi
2) Franck Ribery
3) Cristiano Ronaldo

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Felipe Scolari, Brazil

1) Cristiano Ronaldo
2) Lionel Messi
3) Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Roy Hodgson, England

1) Cristiano Ronaldo
2) Zlatan Ibrahimovic
3) Robin van Persie

Didier Deschamps, France

1) Franck Ribéry
2) Cristiano Ronaldo
3) Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Cesare Prandelli, Italy

1) Andrea Pirlo
2) Philipp Lahm
3) Robert Lewandowski

Louis van Gaal, Netherlands

1) Franck Ribéry
2) Thomas Muller
3) Arjen Robben

Paulo Bento, Portugal

1) Cristiano Ronaldo
2) Radamel Falcao
3) Arjen Robben

Vicente Del Bosque, Spain

1) Xavi
2) Andrés Iniesta
3) Franck Ribéry

Erik Hamre, Sweden

1) Zlatan Ibrahimovic
2) Lionel Messi
3) Cristiano Ronaldo

**Please note, no vote was recorded by Germany coach Joachim Low**


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