Goal.com's Ultimate XI: The full lineup

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Ronaldo, Messi, Buffon, and others. The fans said their word and put their faith in those great 11 players to feature in our Goal.com Ultimate XI

Here it is, the full lineup for Goal.com’s Ultimate XI.

The polls that were conducted in partnership with FIFA 17 have unfolded, and the fans have been the judges and chose those 11 amazing footballers to represent their favorite players in each position in the game.

Juventus’ veteran Gianluigi Buffon was chosen by the fans as their ‘Numero Uno’ in the Goal.com Ultimate XI.

The defense line was dominated by the Real Madrid, as Marcelo won the fans’ trust as the best LB, Dani Carvajal was chosen in RB, and Sergio Ramos was voted the best in CB position.

Protecting the defense line sits Bayern München’s Xabi Alonso, who was voted as the DMF to feature in Goal.com’s Ultimate XI.

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The fans voted for Real Madrid’s Luka Modric and Andres Iniesta of Barcelona, as the best right and left midfielders respectively, sitting behind Arsenal’s German playmaker, Mesut Ozil.

The frontline consists of three huge names in the world of football, with Barcelona’s talisman Lionel Messi, and Real Madrid’s goal-getter Cristiano Ronaldo as right and left wingers, sitting on the sides of the fans favorite striker, Luis Suarez of Barcelona.

Goal.com Ultimate XI - FIFA 17 Polls

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