Real Madrid and Croatia midfielder Luka Modric thanked his family, fans and captain of the Croatian 1998 World Cup team Zvonimir Boban after being named Best FIFA men's player of 2018.
Modric was also part of the FIFPro World XI side, marking a global All-Star team for the year. His Real Madrid teammates Sergio Ramos (left) along with Cristiano Ronaldo and Marcelo were also named on the side.
The FIFPro World XI awards were presented by former Brazil and Barcelona player Ronaldinho (far left) and Brazil and PSG defender Dani Alves (second to left).
Orlando Pride and Brazil forward Marta received her trophy for the Best FIFA Women's Player of 2018 Award on Monday. Marta was the runner-up in 2016.
Former Arsenal Manager, Arsene Wenger presented Didier Deschamps the award for manager of the year. Deschamps led France to a World Cup win in July.
Former Italian referee Pierluigi Collina (R) and former Italy and AC Milan defender Paolo Maldini presented an award on the evening for fair play, which went to German player Lennart Thy.