Paul Pogba missed out on Fifa's team of the year by the narrowest margin ever
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba missed out on a place in Fifa's world team of the year by the narrowest margin in the award's history.
The Fifa FifPro World XI is chosen through the votes of 26,516 players in 69 countries across the world.
Pogba, who became the world's most expensive player when United paid Juventus £89m for him in the summer, missed out on the team by just two votes.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi both feature in the team for the 10th year in a row, appearing up front with the latter's Barcelona teammate Luis Suarez.
Click on the gallery below to view the Fifa FifPro World XI for 2016: Pogba's exclusion means that not a single player from the Premier League is represented.