Golden Boy – Cristiano Ronaldo raises the Ballon d'Or, after being crowned FIFA's best for the second time in his career.
Tears of Joy – While the Portuguese star is overcome by emotion, his son Cristiano Ronaldo Jr cannot hide his glee at his father's prize.
Withdrawn Role – For the first time in five years, Lionel Messi - seen here alongside partner Antonella Roccuzzo - is no longer the world's best in FIFA's eyes. The Argentine, who scored 42 goals in 45 games in 2013, paid a price after suffering an injury during voting time.
France Football – This was not a repeat of Zinedine Zidane's headbutt in the 2006 World Cup, but a warmer embrace as the Frenchman hands Bayern Munich's Franck Ribery his FIFA/FIFPro World XI award. Once tipped to win the main prize itself, Ribery eventually finished third despite winning five major trophies in 2013.
Back in the spotlight – Now-retired Jupp Heynckes receives the Coach of the Year award after leading Bayern Munich to a Champions League, Bundesliga and German Cup treble in 2013.
Zlat's the Best – Zlatan Ibrahimovic addresses the audience after winning the FIFA Puskas award for best goal, with the Swede's overhead strike against England deemed better than efforts by rivals Nemanja Matic of Serbia and Brazil's Neymar.
Prix d'Honneur – Brazilian legend Pele cries as he is handed an honorary FIFA Ballon d'Or, with the three-time World Cup winner having been ineligible to win the award during his playing days because he did not play in Europe.
Fond Farewell – FIFA president Sepp Blatter speaks during a tribute to the late Eusebio, with the Portuguese forward -- who died earlier this month -- having won the Ballon d'Or in 1965.
History Maker – Having saved two penalties in a 1-0 win over Norway in the final Euro 2013, German goalkeeper Nadine Angerer was crowned the best women's player in the world ahead of Brazi's Marta and American Abby Wambach. She becomes the first goalkeeper to win the female crown.