The Champions League draw ceremony & UEFA awards ceremony was held as scheduled. After the top 32 draws were confirmed, the UEFA awards ceremony also took place immediately. The most eye-catching one is the selection of UEFA's best player. Haaland defeated club teammate De Bruyne and Messi and successfully won the Player of the Year.
Last season, Haaland's performance was phenomenal. He played 53 times for Manchester City in various competitions and contributed 52 goals and 9 assists, including 36 goals and 8 assists in 35 games in the Premier League and 12 goals and 1 assist in 11 games in the Champions League. At the same time, Haaland also helped Manchester City win the Champions League, the FA Cup and the Premier League, and was crowned the Triple Crown.
In contrast, although Messi won the World Cup and scored 20 in Paris Saint-Germain, PSG failed to finish in the top 16 of the Champions League for two consecutive seasons and only had one Ligue 1 title. Champion, it is obviously difficult to shake Haaland. Some fans feel sorry for De Bruyne's failure to win the UEFA Player of the Year award, believing that this award is biased towards forwards because it is easier for forwards to produce statistics. However, De Bruyne also contributed 10 goals and 31 assists in 49 games last season. It is indeed a pity to lose the selection.
I have to say that Haaland needs statistics and statistics, and he needs honors and honors. He deserves to be the best player in UEFA. The best women's player fell into the hands of Barcelona women's midfielder Bonmati. Last season, she helped Barcelona win the Women's Champions League for the second time in the history of the team. She also played a core role in following the Spanish women's football team to win the Women's World Cup. It is equally well-deserved.