Pedri won the Kopa Trophy on Monday evening.
The award was presented at the Ballon d'Or ceremony and given to the best player in world football in 2021 below the age of 21.
Pedri came out on top, with Jude Bellingham and Jamal Musiala taking the other two podium places.
PSG's Nuno Mendes and Man United's Mason Greenwood rounded out the top five.
But how exactly did the voting go down?
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Ronaldo showed his loyalty to his teammates for club and country.
He voted for Man Utd teammate Greenwood first and countryman Mendes second. His final vote was given to Dortmund's Giovanni Reyna.
Messi followed a similar pattern, voting for former Barcelona teammate Pedri first and PSG teammate Mendes second. Bellingham also made his top three.
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Elsewhere, Saka was voted third by Brazilian legends Rivaldo and Ronaldinho, while Ruud Gullit thought he should have won the award.
As well as Ronaldo, Modric also voted for Greenwood to win the trophy, while Zidane placed him second.
Two former Ballon d'Or winners thought that Bellingham deserved to win it all: Matthias Sammer and Jean-Pierre Papin.
Of the 25 people that voted, 15 voted for Pedri to win.