Madrid, Dec 1 (IANS) The Spanish Football League (LFP) recognised players from Real Madrid and FC Barcelona during its annual awards ceremony on Monday night.

League, Cup and Champions League winners FC Barcelona walked away with the majority of the prizes with Luis Enrique being named the best coach of the year, while Claudio Bravo was considered to be the best goalkeeper of 2015 and Leo Messi was named the best striker of the year. Neymar was considered as the best ‘South American’ player of 2014-2015 season, while Valencia midfielder Sofaine Feghouli was the best African player in Spain.

 

Despite a disappointing year, Real Madrid also won two prizes as Sergio Ramos was named as the best defender of the year and James Rodriguez the best midfielder, while Cristiano Ronaldo was named as the Fans’ player of the season.

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