The Puskás award is the award given to the player who has scored the best goal of the. This award was created in honor of Madrid’s scoring star Ferenc Puskás. It is an award that has been given since 2009. We have from team plays to Chileans with very distant distances.
These are all the winners there have been:
1. 2009 – Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo was the first to receive the award. His goal against Porto was a marvel. A very distant, dry and powerful shot in a Champions League tie.
2. 2010 – Hamit Altintop
Hamit Altintop, who was a Real Madrid player in José Mourinho’s stage, won the 2010 edition. In a Turkey-Kazakhstan match, he took advantage of a rehearsed corner play to hit the ball with an unreachable volley.
3. 2011 – Neymar
Neymar being very young, 10 years ago he was already showing signs of the career that he was going to have ahead. Individual play starting from the center of the field, taking a whole team off with a simple wall.
Four. 2012 – Miroslav Stoch
Like Altintop. A rehearsed corner play found the Slovakian in front of the area and put the ball into the squad with a first strike, unattainable for the goalkeeper.
5. 2013 – Zlatan Ibrahimovic
Little to say about the goal of the Swedish God. As this wonder was invented, the whole world knew that Zlatan was going to win the prize. A Chilean from the band more than 30 meters from the goal.
6. 2014 – James Rodríguez
James’ golden age. That World Cup made him open the eyes of half the World and Madrid as well. The goal against Uruguay was the finishing touch that crowned his performance. Incredible volley.
7. 2015 – Wendell Lira
He was the second Brazilian to win the award after Neymar. His goal to finish off a combined team play is not wasted. An acrobatic shot that you don’t see every day.
8. 2016 – Mohd Faiz Subri
The reality is that this goal defies the laws of physics. The air played a fundamental role for the ball to make this trajectory and end up entering. Golazo of lack of which most likely will not be repeated.
9. 2017 – Giroud
Spectacular play by Arsenal to go against it and a more than perfect culmination. Olivier Giroud took a scorpion spike out of nowhere to give his team the goal. There was no doubt that it was going to be the Puskas award.
10. 2018 – Salah
Mo Salah got the Puskas award in the 2018 season when everything was coming out for Liverpool. Dribbling, speed and definition that’s it.
eleven. 2019 – Daniel Zsori
In the Hungarian first division we were able to see this work of art. Ferencvaros was the one who paid for the broken dishes of this incredible Chilean work of art from the front of the area.
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