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OPINION: With All That Jorginho Has Done, It Will Be Unfair If He Doesn't Win The Ballon D'or


In the wake of Chelsea's victory over Malmo on Sunday, Jorginho was named Man of the Match for a second time. He has now won it in two consecutive champions league matches, which is particularly noteworthy considering that he is a nominee for the Ballon d'Or in this year's edition of the competition.

However, given the current state of affairs, it would be extremely unfair if he were not to win the Ballon d'Or in 2021. Jorginho is the player that, based on his achievements this season, is deserving of the Ballon d'Or for the second year in a row. Lionel Messi and Roberto Lewandowski, two of his leading rivals for the trophy, haven't had particularly noteworthy seasons so yet.

Jorginho has been significantly superior to Lionel Messi, who came close to winning his first ever international championship with the Argentine National Team, the Copa America, in 2014.

He has won the Champions League, UEFA EURO 2020, and the UEFA Super Cup, and he has been a standout performer for his club.

I'm not trying to be dramatic, but Lionel Messi, who appears to be his greatest rival, has been having a difficult time at his new club, Paris Saint-Germain.

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