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The Best FIFA Football Awards - LIVE!
Goal brings you live coverage of FIFA's gala event in Zurich, with Antoine Griezmann, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi up for the coveted men's player of the year award.
19:23 GMT
Anyway, that's all, folks. Thanks so much for joining me this evening and be sure to keep checking the site for further reaction to Ronaldo's 'sore losers' jibe at Lionel Messi's Barcelona!

Until, then, take it easy and enjoy this excellent piece from Ben Hayward paying tribute to Cristiano Ronaldo and his remarkable 2016!

Goodnight and good luck!
19:18 GMT
Well, that's just about it for our live blog but, before we go, a parting gift: this year's Puskas Award-winning goal from Mohd Faiz Subri. Enjoy!
19:13 GMT
The non-attendance of Messi and his Barcelona team-mates is undoubtedly the story of the evening and our Spanish football expert, the brilliant Ben Hayward, has put together a piece asking if the Blaugrana are in danger of morphing into Mourinho's Madrid?
19:08 GMT
Omar Momani is always on the money when it comes to satirising the world of football and, with Ronaldo having just taken a swipe at Messi and his fellow Barcelona no-shows, this latest cartoon, which features host and former Desperate Housewife Eva Longoria, feels particularly apt!
18:57 GMT
And on that bombshell, the inaugural 2016 The Best FIFA Awards ceremony comes to a dramatic end.

Rest assured, folks, you're going to hear plenty more about Ronaldo's Barcelona jibe, in the coming hours, days and probably months!
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