World Cup 2014: The award winners

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The Golden players and teams of the 2014 Fifa World Cup are revealed

As Germany lifted the famous World Cup trophy after beating Argentina in the final, the other award winners from the 2014 Fifa World Cup have also been announced. See Gallery

As Germany lifted the famous World Cup trophy after beating Argentina in the final, the other award winners from the 2014 Fifa World Cup have also been announced.
The Golden Boot, Ball and Glove winners have all been revealed as well as the Best Young Player and the Fair Play Award.
Click or swipe to see all the tournament's award winners.

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Golden Ball – Lionel Messi

Messi would probably prefer a winner's medal to this personal accolade, but with four goals in the tournament and leading his team to the final, Messi should be proud of his performance throughout this World Cup.

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Silver Ball – Thomas Müller

Müller scored the first hat-trick of the 2014 Fifa World Cup as Germany beat Portugal 4-0 in their opening match. A key part of his country's successful tournament, Müller was named as the second-best player in Brazil.

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Bronze Ball – Arjen Robben

Although he did bring some controversy to the tournament through his diving, Robben's pace and skill in pushing Netherlands to third place were a delight to watch and saw him named the third-best player.

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Golden Glove – Manuel Neuer

Neuer is arguably the number one goalkeeper in the world now and his performances in Brazil, where he conceded just four goals in seven games, added merit to that claim. As well as good saves, his "sweeper-keeper" presence helped Germany and he was able to start many attacks for his side.

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Golden Boot – James Rodríguez

Many Colombian fans may have been worried about this tournament when Radamel Falcao was forced to pull out with injury, but Rodríguez put any fears to rest. His six goals, including a stunning goal against Uruguay, put him clear as the tournament's top scorer.

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Silver Boot – Thomas Müller

Another silver for Müller, who was unable to find the goal in the final which would have put him top of the list for the second consecutive tournament. Müller netted five times in Brazil, including a hat-trick against Portugal.

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Bronze Boot – Neymar

He was the poster boy for the tournament and his injury in the quarter-final clearly disrupted the Brazilian team. Although he was unable to guide his side to glory Neymar did score four times to claim the Bronze Boot Award.

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Best Young Player – Paul Pogba

A key part of France's progression to the quarter-finals, Pogba played in all five of his country's matches in Brazil. He was man-of-the-match against Nigeria and has now followed up his Golden Ball at the 2013 Fifa U-20 World Cup, with this award.

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Fair Play Award – Colombia

As well as only collecting five yellow cards in their five matches at Brazil, Colombia impressed Fifa's Technical Study Group with their positive play and respect towards opponents and officials. The behaviour of fans and support staff also impressed.