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The Best FIFA Football Awards: Who dressed to impress?

Cristiano Ronaldo, Luka Modric and Mo Salah have all had outstanding seasons but who will walk away with FIFA's 'The Best' men's player of the year award?

The Best FIFA Football Awards are upon us, with Cristiano Ronaldo, Luka Modric and Mohamed Salah up for the men's most prestigious honour.

But whenever there's an opportunity for footballers to take home some personal hardware, there's invariably a red carpet for them to show off their fashion sense. The Toe Poke would be remiss if it didn't hone in on some of the night's most sleek, and out there, wardrobe decisions.

Dani Alves' months-long injury layoff can't dull his exuberance for wearing...

Neymar the video game star: PSG ace launches new mobile football game

Neymar gave a hug and his jersey to a young fan who entered the field in tears as the PSG star was subbed out of the game in the 91st minute.
An own goal from Adrien Rabiot spurred PSG to life as Angel Di Maria, Thomas Meunier and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting all score to down Stade Rennes.

Neymar has taken his first steps into the world of mobile gaming with the launch of "Match MVP Neymar Jr." in which players take on fellow fans around the world in the hope of emulating the superstar's success.

The game is a "career mode" setup, meaning you start at the bottom of the football ladder and work your way up by winning games, moving clubs, attracting sponsorship and inflating that salary as you go.

Neymar assists you as a mentor, helping you learn the ropes at first before acting as...

West Ham players tease Andriy Yarmolenko after missing sitter vs. Chelsea

Andriy Yarmolenko had a painful miss in front of goal which could have given Manuel Pellegrini's West Ham their statement win of the young Premier League season.
Stewart Robson explains why Maurizio Sarri's side struggled to come away from the London Stadium with a victory over West Ham.

West Ham managed to wrestle a point from Sunday's derby against Chelsea, though Manuel Pellegrini's team could and probably should have claimed an unlikely victory during the latter stages.

Unfortunately for Andriy Yarmolenko, the rest of his Hammers teammates weren't about to let him forget that it was he who spurned a golden opportunity to steal a win when the Ukrainian missed a straightforward header in the 78th minute.

Upon arriving for training the next day, Yarmolenko found that his colleagues...

PSG's Kylian Mbappe receives special gift from Pele

Neymar gave a hug and his jersey to a young fan who entered the field in tears as the PSG star was subbed out of the game in the 91st minute.
An own goal from Adrien Rabiot spurred PSG to life as Angel Di Maria, Thomas Meunier and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting all score to down Stade Rennes.
Ligue 1: Maxim Choupo-Moting (83') Stade Rennes 1-3 PSG
Ligue 1: Thomas Meunier (61') Stade Rennes 1-2 PSG
Ligue 1: Angel Di Maria (45') Stade Rennes 1-1 PSG

He may have sat out PSG's Ligue 1 clash with Rennes due to suspension, but the weekend wasn't a total bust for Kylian Mbappe.

Indeed, the PSG striker took delivery of a very special gift from none other than Pele -- a man who undeniably qualifies as royalty in football circles.

The 19-year-old striker displayed his present on social media, proudly holding the signed Santos jersey aloft with the Eiffel Tower in the background.

The hand-written message on the shirt reads: "For Mbappe, from your friend,...

PSG's Neymar gives tearful young pitch invader a hug and his shirt

Neymar gave a hug and his jersey to a young fan who entered the field in tears as the PSG star was subbed out of the game in the 91st minute.
An own goal from Adrien Rabiot spurred PSG to life as Angel Di Maria, Thomas Meunier and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting all score to down Stade Rennes.

It's happened again! Paris Saint-Germain and Brazil superstar Neymar showed his generous side for a second time this season as he made another emotional young supporter's day in Rennes.

The 26-year-old, who was branded the "Kim Kardashian of football" by none other than Joey Barton just days after a largely anonymous Champions League outing in Liverpool, notched an assist before he was substituted moments before full-time in Sunday's 3-1 win for the French champions at Roazhon Park.

And, just like...

PSG's Neymar branded 'Kim Kardashian of football' by Joey Barton

Steph Curry challenges Neymar to a game of H-O-R-S-E at the oldest basketball court in the world in Paris.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Paul Mariner break down Liverpool's deserved win over PSG and highlight Neymar's disappearance during the match.
The guys respond to your tweets about a "backhanded compliment," Cristiano Ronaldo's red card and whether Neymar is overrated.
The guys respond to your tweets about Liverpool's win over PSG, including Salah's struggles, assigning blame for PSG and comparing the two No. 9s.

Paris Saint-Germain and Brazil striker Neymar has been branded "the Kim Kardashian of football" by Joey Barton.

Yes, that's right -- Joey Barton: manager of English third-tier club Fleetwood Town, winner of one England cap and a man more known for his exploits off the pitch than anything he did on it during his 15-year professional playing career.

"I think that he is the Kim Kardashian of football," Barton told L'Equipe. "Neymar is not the best player in the world and we saw that again in Russia...