Cristiano Ronaldo world’s best male footballer for fifth time

Cristiano Ronaldo, world-famous Portuguese striker, has been named the world's best male footballer for the fifth time at the FIFA Awards.

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    Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo has equalled Argentina forward Lionel Messi by being named the world's best male footballer for the fifth time.

    The Real Madrid star was crowned at Monday's FIFA Awards in London.

     

    Al Jazeera's Elise Holman reports.


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