The great and good of the footballing world have started arriving at London's Royal Festival Hall for FIFA's The Best awards.
Now in their third year, the awards ceremony honours footballers in seven categories.
As well as the top award, won by Luka Modric ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo and Mohamed Salah,, winners will also be named for Puskas goal of the year, Best Fifa goalkeeper, men's coach, women's coach, fan award, fair play award and FIFPro World XI.
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