Ballon d’Or victor Luka Modric has censured Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi for neglecting to go to the current year’s function – saying the reprimand was “not reasonable” for football fans, and proposing they trust “trophies just have esteem when they get them”.
Modric finished a 10-year reign of strength in which Messi and Ronaldo got five Ballons d’Or each when he gathered the best individual honor in football in a service in Paris prior this month.
In any case, neither Messi nor Ronaldo were in participation to see the Ballon d’Or granted to the heartbeat of the Real Madrid side which won the Champions League, and the Croatia side which achieved the World Cup last.
Talking in a selective meeting in his nation of origin, Modric was unmistakably disinterested with their lead.
“I can’t state why somebody didn’t visit – that is their decision,” Modric told Sportske Novosti. “That is coherent, is it not?
” It turns out these choice and trophies only have value when they get them. It is not fair to their playing colleagues, or to the voters who have nominated them for the past 10 years – nor for football or supporters.”
“But I repeat, everyone behaves the way they think they need to.”
Modric depicted Ronaldo and Messi as “phenoms” yet underscored that the Ballon d’Or perceived the player who had the greatest year in football – not really the most gifted.
“Here we are discussing regular execution, and it likely implies that every one of the mentors, players, football legends and columnists have casted a ballot the equivalent.
“Or then again would they say they are altogether mixed up in the meantime?
“On the off chance that we vote on the nature of the player, the main thing left is to disperse every one of the trophies for Messi and Ronaldo as long as they are effectively playing and to relinquish any vote.”