Ballon d'Or: Paul Pogba's style finally eclipses Lionel Messi 11 Jan 2016 From the section European Football Share this page Share this with Digg Facebook Google LinkedIn Reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Copy this link http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/35284457 Read more about sharing. The name is Messi, Lionel Messi. The spectre of a colourful suit looms no longer. The Barcelona man has ditched the purple/maroon suits of recent years for a traditional dinner jacket. Cristiano Ronaldo looks sharp in a classic tuxedo. Not a hair out of place for the Portuguese winger. No one can get near Barcelona and Neymar on the pitch and it seems the Brazilian has been taking fashion notes from watching Kevin Costner. Untouchable. "I wanna be next to you, black and gold, black and gold, black and gold." Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba stole the show with his Sam Sparro-inspired matching hair and blazer combination. Acting Fifa president Issa Hayatou's suit was overshadowed by his wife's colourful outfit. When you're on Samuel Eto'o's salary, you buy what you want and no one will say anything to you. Will the leather blazer look ever catch on? Brazilian striker Wendell Lira can't hold back the tears after winning the Puskas Award for best goal of the year. Carli Lloyd smiles after winning the Women's World Player of the Year award. He may be head and shoulders above his rivals on the pitch, but Lionel Messi doesn't quite measure up to Carli Lloyd. Don't worry, Leo, it must be the heels. The prize for most toe-curling moment of the night goes to compere James Nesbitt, who whipped his phone out to ask Messi for a selfie after the ceremony. "Oh thanks Cristiano, that's very gracious of you. Cristiano? My hand, let go of my - aaaargh, you're hurting me!" Lionel Messi can't suppress a grin as he receives his fifth Ballon d'Or. Hope he's got a sturdy mantelpiece.