Vikings vs Seahawks

Vikings vs Seahawks Live Stream: The Minnesota Vikings have had a week off and are no doubt ready to get back on the field. They will head out on the road to face off against the Seattle Seahawks at 8:15 p.m. ET on Monday at CenturyLink Field. The neutral point spread forecasts a close one for these two.

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The Vikings didn’t have too much breathing room in their contest with the Denver Broncos two weeks ago, but they still walked away with a 27-23 win. Minnesota was down big at the end of the half, but the squad rallied to mount a spectacular comeback.

Meanwhile, Seattle was able to grind out a solid victory over the Philadelphia Eagles last week, winning 17-9. Seattle can attribute much of their success to RB Rashaad Penny, who rushed for 129 yards and one TD on 14 carries. That nimble footwork stands out as the first time Penny has hit the 100-yard rushing mark this season.

Seattle’s defense was a force to be reckoned with, and it collected two interceptions and three fumbles. The picks came courtesy of SS Bradley McDougald and CB Tre Flowers.

Their wins bumped Minnesota to 8-3 and Seattle to 9-2. Two defensive numbers to keep in mind before kickoff: The Vikings enter the matchup with only three rushing touchdowns allowed, good for best in the NFL. Less enviably, the Seahawks are stumbling into the game with the fourth most passing yards allowed per game in the league, having given up 282.6 on average. Look for both offensives to try attacking early to give their own defense a break.

How To Watch
When: Monday at 8:15 p.m. ET
Where: CenturyLink Field — Seattle, Washington
TV: ESPN
Follow: CBS Sports App
Ticket Cost: $138.25
Odds
The Seahawks are a slight 2.5-point favorite against the Vikings.

Vegas had a good feel for the line for this one, as the game opened with the Seahawks as a 3-point favorite.

Over/Under: 50

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Series History
Seattle have won all of the games they’ve played against Minnesota in the last five years.

Ballon d’Or Live

Ballon d’Or Live: Most believe the soccer superstars are the leading contenders for the 2019 Ballon d’Or award, which France Football will announce Monday in Paris at a ceremony. All you need to know about the 64th edition of the Ballon d’Or live streaming, TV telecast, nominees, date, time and continue reading “Ballon d’Or Live”

Ballon d’Or 2019 live

The Ballon d’Or ceremony is scheduled to get underway at 7.30pm at Paris’ Theatre du Chatelet. So we’ve got about 90 minutes to argue about the order of the top 30, watch the stars arrive on the red carpet and reminisce on how exactly Michael Owen took the prize in 2001.

Lionel Messi is the overwhelming favourite to win a sixth Ballon d’Or at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris tonight.

The Barcelona star leads a 30-man shortlist, with Virgil van Dijk and Cristiano Ronaldo expected to finish on the podium. There is no place for last year’s winner Luka Modric, though his Real Madrid team-mates Karim Benzema and Eden Hazard are in the running.

Van Dijk is one of seven names from Liverpool, while Manchester City have five nomineees, Tottenham two and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the sole representative from Arsenal.

When is the Ballon d’Or?

The ceremony is set to take place on Monday, December 2 at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris. The red carpet will begin from 4pm UK time with the ceremony set to start at 7.30pm.

You can follow tonight’s ceremony LIVE on Standard Sport.

Can’t see the Ballon d’Or 2019 shortlist, live stream date and time blog? Click here to access our desktop page.

How to follow the Ballon d’Or

There is no UK television broadcaster but Standard Sport will bring you live coverage of the event.

What is the Ballon d’Or and how does it differ from the Fifa Best Awards?

The Ballon d’Or was first conceived by France Football writer Gabriel Hanot in 1956 but prior to 1995 the award, voted for by football journalists, was confined to Europe. Liberia striker George Weah won in his first year of eligibility but is currently the only player from outside Europe or South America to win the prize.

Between 1991 and 2010 Fifa had its own World Player of the Year prize but for the five subsequent years the governing body and France Football jointly awarded the Ballon d’Or.

This partnership ended in 2016, after which Fifa began a ceremony named The Best Football Awards.

Past Ballon d’Or winners

Ronaldo and Messi share the record for most Ballon d’Or wins with five, while the Juventus star has one more second-placed finish than his rival. Messi has one third-place to his name.

Michel Platini, Johan Cruyff and Marco van Basten have all won the prize three times whilst Kevin Keegan is the only English player to have won it more than once, taking the crown in 1978 and 1979.

Barcelona and Real Madrid have the most Ballon d’Or wins (11 each). Juventus and AC Milan players have won the prize eight times.

Manchester United (Denis Law, Bobby Charlton, George Best, Cristiano Ronaldo), Liverpool (Michael Owen) and Blackpool (inaugural winner Stanley Matthews) are the only English clubs who have fielded Ballon d’Or winners.

Ballon d’Or 2019 Live

Ballon d’Or 2019 Live: Most believe the soccer superstars are the leading contenders for the 2019 Ballon d’Or award, which France Football will announce Monday in Paris at a ceremony. All you need to know about the 64th edition of the Ballon d’Or live streaming, TV telecast, nominees, date, time and continue reading “Ballon d’Or 2019 Live”

Ballon d’Or 2019 live

The Ballon d’Or ceremony is scheduled to get underway at 7.30pm at Paris’ Theatre du Chatelet. So we’ve got about 90 minutes to argue about the order of the top 30, watch the stars arrive on the red carpet and reminisce on how exactly Michael Owen took the prize in 2001.

Lionel Messi is the overwhelming favourite to win a sixth Ballon d’Or at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris tonight.

The Barcelona star leads a 30-man shortlist, with Virgil van Dijk and Cristiano Ronaldo expected to finish on the podium. There is no place for last year’s winner Luka Modric, though his Real Madrid team-mates Karim Benzema and Eden Hazard are in the running.

Van Dijk is one of seven names from Liverpool, while Manchester City have five nomineees, Tottenham two and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the sole representative from Arsenal.

When is the Ballon d’Or?

The ceremony is set to take place on Monday, December 2 at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris. The red carpet will begin from 4pm UK time with the ceremony set to start at 7.30pm.

You can follow tonight’s ceremony LIVE on Standard Sport.

Can’t see the Ballon d’Or 2019 shortlist, live stream date and time blog? Click here to access our desktop page.

How to follow the Ballon d’Or

There is no UK television broadcaster but Standard Sport will bring you live coverage of the event.

What is the Ballon d’Or and how does it differ from the Fifa Best Awards?

The Ballon d’Or was first conceived by France Football writer Gabriel Hanot in 1956 but prior to 1995 the award, voted for by football journalists, was confined to Europe. Liberia striker George Weah won in his first year of eligibility but is currently the only player from outside Europe or South America to win the prize.

Between 1991 and 2010 Fifa had its own World Player of the Year prize but for the five subsequent years the governing body and France Football jointly awarded the Ballon d’Or.

This partnership ended in 2016, after which Fifa began a ceremony named The Best Football Awards.

Past Ballon d’Or winners

Ronaldo and Messi share the record for most Ballon d’Or wins with five, while the Juventus star has one more second-placed finish than his rival. Messi has one third-place to his name.

Michel Platini, Johan Cruyff and Marco van Basten have all won the prize three times whilst Kevin Keegan is the only English player to have won it more than once, taking the crown in 1978 and 1979.

Barcelona and Real Madrid have the most Ballon d’Or wins (11 each). Juventus and AC Milan players have won the prize eight times.

Manchester United (Denis Law, Bobby Charlton, George Best, Cristiano Ronaldo), Liverpool (Michael Owen) and Blackpool (inaugural winner Stanley Matthews) are the only English clubs who have fielded Ballon d’Or winners.

Ballon d’Or 2019

Ballon d’Or 2019: The Ballon d’Or 2019 awards take place this evening with Lionel Messi, Virgil van Dijk and Cristiano Ronaldo vying for the prestigious award. All you need to know about the 64th edition of the Ballon d’Or live streaming, TV telecast, nominees, date, time and continue reading “Ballon d’Or 2019”

Ballon d’Or 2019 live

The Ballon d’Or ceremony is scheduled to get underway at 7.30pm at Paris’ Theatre du Chatelet. So we’ve got about 90 minutes to argue about the order of the top 30, watch the stars arrive on the red carpet and reminisce on how exactly Michael Owen took the prize in 2001.

Lionel Messi is the overwhelming favourite to win a sixth Ballon d’Or at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris tonight.

The Barcelona star leads a 30-man shortlist, with Virgil van Dijk and Cristiano Ronaldo expected to finish on the podium. There is no place for last year’s winner Luka Modric, though his Real Madrid team-mates Karim Benzema and Eden Hazard are in the running.

Van Dijk is one of seven names from Liverpool, while Manchester City have five nomineees, Tottenham two and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the sole representative from Arsenal.

When is the Ballon d’Or?

The ceremony is set to take place on Monday, December 2 at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris. The red carpet will begin from 4pm UK time with the ceremony set to start at 7.30pm.

You can follow tonight’s ceremony LIVE on Standard Sport.

Can’t see the Ballon d’Or 2019 shortlist, live stream date and time blog? Click here to access our desktop page.

How to follow the Ballon d’Or

There is no UK television broadcaster but Standard Sport will bring you live coverage of the event.

What is the Ballon d’Or and how does it differ from the Fifa Best Awards?

The Ballon d’Or was first conceived by France Football writer Gabriel Hanot in 1956 but prior to 1995 the award, voted for by football journalists, was confined to Europe. Liberia striker George Weah won in his first year of eligibility but is currently the only player from outside Europe or South America to win the prize.

Between 1991 and 2010 Fifa had its own World Player of the Year prize but for the five subsequent years the governing body and France Football jointly awarded the Ballon d’Or.

This partnership ended in 2016, after which Fifa began a ceremony named The Best Football Awards.

Past Ballon d’Or winners

Ronaldo and Messi share the record for most Ballon d’Or wins with five, while the Juventus star has one more second-placed finish than his rival. Messi has one third-place to his name.

Michel Platini, Johan Cruyff and Marco van Basten have all won the prize three times whilst Kevin Keegan is the only English player to have won it more than once, taking the crown in 1978 and 1979.

Barcelona and Real Madrid have the most Ballon d’Or wins (11 each). Juventus and AC Milan players have won the prize eight times.

Manchester United (Denis Law, Bobby Charlton, George Best, Cristiano Ronaldo), Liverpool (Michael Owen) and Blackpool (inaugural winner Stanley Matthews) are the only English clubs who have fielded Ballon d’Or winners.

Ballon d’Or

Ballon d’Or: Most believe the soccer superstars are the leading contenders for the 2019 Ballon d’Or award, which France Football will announce Monday in Paris at a ceremony. The Ballon d’Or 2019 awards take place this evening with Lionel Messi, Virgil van Dijk and Cristiano Ronaldo vying for the prestigious award.

Ballon d’Or 2019 live

With the current football season reaching its mid-way point of the season, the eagerly awaited Ballon d’Or awards are back to decide the best of the best. Regarded as the Oscars of football, the Ballon d’Or is given to the male and female player deemed to have performed the best over the previous year, based on voting by football journalists. (More Football News)

The 2019 edition, the 64th in its history, will see Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi vying for their sixth career honour while Megan Rapinoe will hope to win her first.

Read: Metropolitano Masterclass Shows Messi Remains A Cut Above

The Ballon d’Or awards have always been debated and discussed with a great deal of excitement by football fans around the world.

Here is everything you need to know:

When and where? – The 2019 Ballon d’Or ceremony will be held in the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris, France on December 2. The official ceremony will start around 19:30 GMT (1:00 AM, December 3, IST).

Also Read: Messi, Rapinoe Tipped To Win Ballon D’Or

How to watch? It will be shown live on France Football website and can be streamed on Hotstar in India. The event will be televised live on Star Sports Select 1/HD in India.

Who are the nominees?

Men for Ballon d’Or – Sadio Mane (SEN/Liverpool), Sergio Aguero (ARG/Manchester City), Frenkie de Jong (NED/Barcelona), Hugo Lloris (FRA/Tottenham), Dusan Tadic (SER/Ajax), Kylian Mbappe (FRA/PSG), Trent Alexander-Arnold (ENG/Liverpool), Donny van de Beek (NED/Ajax), Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (GAB/Arsenal), Marc-Andre ter Stegen (GER/Barcelona), Cristiano Ronaldo (POR/Juventus), Alisson (BRA/Liverpool), Matthijs de Ligt (NED/Juventus), Karim Benzema (FRA/Real Madrid), Georginio Wijnaldum (NED/Liverpool), Virgil van Dijk (NED/Liverpool), Bernardo Silva (POR/Manchester City), Son Heung-min (KOR/Tottenham), Robert Lewandowski (POL/Bayern Munich), Roberto Firmino (BRA/Liverpool), Lionel Messi (ARG/Barcelona), Riyad Mahrez (ALG/Manchester City), Kevin De Bruyne (BEL/Manchester City), Kalidou Koulibaly (SEN/Napoli), Antoine Griezmann (FRA/Barcelona), Mohamed Salah (EGY/Liverpool), Eden Hazard (BEL/Real Madrid), Marquinhos (BRA/Paris-SG), Raheem Sterling (ENG/Manchester City), Joao Felix(POR/Atletico Madrid)

Women for Ballon d’Or Feminin – Sam Kerr (AUS/Chelsea), Ellen White (ENG/Manchester City), Nilla Fischer (SWE/Linkopings), Amandine Henry (FRA/Lyon), Lucy Bronze(ENG/Lyon), Alex Morgan (USA/Orlando Pride), Vivianne Miedema (NED/Arsenal), Dzsenifer Marozsan (GER/Lyon), Pernille Harder (DEN/Wolfsburg), Sarah Bouhaddi (FRA/Lyon), Megan Rapinoe (USA/Reign FC), Lieke Martens (NED/Barcelona), Sari van Veenendal (NED/Atletico Madrid), Wendie Renard (FRA/Lyon), Rose Lavelle(USA/Washington Spirit), Marta (BRA/Orlando Pride), Ada Hegerberg (NOR/Lyon), Kosovare Asllani (SWE/CD Tacon), Sofia Jakobsson (SWE/CD Tacon), Tobin Heath (USA/Portland Thorns)

Past winners – Ballon d’Or

2018 – Luka Modric | Cristiano Ronaldo | Antoine Griezmann
2017 – Cristiano Ronaldo | Lionel Messi | Neymar
2016 – Cristiano Ronaldo | Lionel Messi | Antoine Griezmann
2015 – Lionel Messi | Cristiano Ronaldo | Neymar
2014 – Cristiano Ronaldo | Lionel Messi | Manuel Neuer
2013 – Cristiano Ronaldo | Lionel Messi | Franck Ribery
2012 – Lionel Messi | Cristiano Ronaldo | Andres Iniesta
2011 – Lionel Messi | Cristiano Ronaldo | Xavi
2010 – Lionel Messi | Andres Iniesta | Xavi
2009 – Lionel Messi | Cristiano Ronaldo | Xavi
2008 – Cristiano Ronaldo | Lionel Messi | Fernando Torres

Ballon d’Or Feminin: It was only started last year. Norway and Lyon’s Ada Hegerberg won it.