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TO BE ANNOUNCED STARTING ON JAN. 7

Griezmann, Godín, Lucas, Oblak nominated for EA SPORTS FIFA 19 Team of the Year

The FIFA 19 Team of the Year will be voted by a list of media, athletes and members of the EA SPORTS FIFA community.

Our players Griezmann, Godín, Lucas and Oblak are among EA SPORTS's 55 nominees for the FIFA 19 Team of the Year, based on their real-world performances in 2018.

The Team of the Year will be voted by a list of media, athletes and members of the EA SPORTS FIFA community, and is to be announced starting on Jan. 7.

The full list of the 55 nominees is:

Goalkeepers (5)

Alisson Becker (Brazil/Liverpool), Jan Oblak (Slovenia/Atlético de Madrid), David de Gea (Spain/Manchester United), Hugo Lloris (France/ Tottenham) and Thibaut Courtois (Belgium/Real Madrid).

Defenders (20)

Carvajal (Spain/Real Madrid), Hummels (Germany/Bayern Munich), Marcelo (Brazil/Real Madrid), Varane (France/Real Madrid), Jordi Alba (Spain/Barcelona), Umtiti (France/Barcelona), Lucas Hernandez (France/Atlético de Madrid), Kimmich (Germany/Bayern Munich), Chiellini (Italy/Juventus), Koulibaly (Senegal/Napoli), Diego Godín (Uruguay/Atlético de Madrid), Manolas (Greece/Roma), Thiago Silva (Brazil/PSG), Sergio Ramos (Spain/Real Madrid), Trippier (England/Tottenham), Vertonghen (Belgium/Tottenham), Walker (England/Manchester City), Vrsaljko (Croatia/Inter), Lovren (Croatia/Liverpool) and Van Dijk (Holland/Liverpool).

Midfielders (15)

Casemiro (Brazil/Real Madrid), Pogba (France/Manchester United), Silva (Spain/Manchester City), Isco (Spain/Real Madrid), De Bruyne (Belgium/Manchester City), Dybala (Argentina/Juventus), Fernandinho (Brazil/Manchester City), Rakitic (Croatia/Barcelona), Kanté (France/Chelsea), Kroos (Germany/Real Madrid), Modric (Croatia/Real Madrid), Matuidi (France/Juventus), Sergio Busquets (Spain/Barcelona), Perisic (Croatia/Inter) and Reus (Germany/Borussia Dortmund).

Strikers (15)

Agüero (Argentina/Manchester City), Cavani (Uruguay/PSG), Griezmann (France/Atlético de Madrid), Hazard (Belgium/Chelsea), Kane (England/Tottenham), Lewandowski (Poland/Bayern Munich), Mandzukic (Croatia/Juventus), Neymar (Brazil/PSG), Mbappé (France/PSG), Messi (Argentina/Barcelona), Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal/Juventus), Luis Suárez (Uruguay/Barcelona), Salah (Egypt/Liverpool), Bale (Wales/Real Madrid) and Mané (Senegal/Liverpool). 

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