The inaugural Best FIFA Football Awards saw Cristiano Ronaldo crowned world player the year.
The Real Madrid man enjoyed a brilliant year with club and country, and fought off competition from both Lionel Messi and Antoine Griezmann to scoop the award.
The winner was decided by votes from national captains and managers, who each picked, in order, their top three players of 2016.
A first placed pick is worth five points, second place is worth three points and third place is worth one point.
Below, we reveal who a selection of captains and managers voted for…
Lionel Messi (Argentina): 1. Suarez 2. Neymar 3. Iniesta.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Armenia): Ronaldo, Messi, Griezmann.
Dani Alves (Brazil): Messi, Neymar, Suarez.
Luka Modric (Croatia): Ronaldo, Messi, Neymar.
Wayne Rooney (England): Ronaldo, Suarez, Vardy.
Manuel Neue (Germanyr: Kroos, Ozil, Lewandowski.
Gianluigi Buffon (Italy): Messi, Bale, Ronaldo.
Arjen Robben (Netherlands): Ronaldo, Kroos, Lewandowski.
Steven Davis (Northern Ireland): Messi, Ronaldo, Griezmann.
Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal): Bale, Modric, Ramos.
Seamus Coleman (Republic of Ireland): Ronaldo, Messi, Suarez.
Darren Fletcher (Scotland): Ronaldo, Suarez, Messi.
Branislav Ivanovic (Serbia): Ronaldo, Messi, Neymar.
Sergio Ramos (Spain): Ronaldo, Messi, Iniesta.
Billy Forbes (Turks and Caicos): Vardy, Ronaldo, Messi.
Ashley Williams (Wales): Bale, Messi, Lewandowski.
Gareth Southgate (England): Ronaldo, Griezmann, Kante.
Michael O’Neill (Northern Ireland): Ronaldo, Messi, Griezmann.
Martin O’Neill (Republic of Ireland): Bale, Buffon, Kante.
Gordon Strachan (Scotland): Messi, Suarez, Aguero.
Chris Coleman (Wales): Bale, Sanchez, Vardy.
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