Ronaldo was conspicuously missing from the list from Barcelona star Luis Suarez.
The list of the best strikers is headlined by Barcelona pal and teammate Lionel Messi who was at the forefront of the five-man lost from former Liverpool striker Luis Suarez.
The list had Brazilian football legend Romario in fifth position, while ex-Brazilian international star Ronaldo was named in fourth position by Uruguayan national team star Luis Suarez.
His former Uruguayan national teammate Diego Dorian came in third spot, while Argentine football legend Gabriel Batistuta was in second position behind Lionel Messi.
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Cristiano Ronaldo has not had the best of seasons at Juventus and that was compounded by his position during the Ballon d’Or Award ceremony on Monday night.
The Juventus player finished third at the end of the voting process for the Best Player Award.
Ronaldo finished behind Liverpool defender Virgil Van Dijk in second place and Lionel Messi in first position.
Argentine international Messi has now won six Ballon d’Or titles which is more than any other player.