Norway’s Ada Hegerberg wins inaugural women’s Ballon d’Or
But the 23-year-old was asked if she would perform a sexually provocative dance by French host DJ, Martin Solveig, and appeared embarrassed as she rejected the request.Hegerberg later said: “He came to see me after and apologised. The Ballon d’Or is the most important thing.”“I am touched and very proud, for women’s football, for myself, for the club. I share this with Olympique Lyonnais, my teammates, the staff,” she added. “It’s historic, it’s incredible, a great day for women’s football and a big step forward.”Hegerberg, one of seven players from the all-conquering Lyon side to feature among the 15 nominees, dismissed suggestions that the night was marred by the “twerk” request.“I didn’t feel it was like that at all to be honest and I am sad if people thought about the situation like that.”Hegerberg was Lyon’s top scorer with 15 goals — with one coming in the Champions League final in Kiev in May, as Lyon came from behind to beat VfL Wolfsburg 4-1 after extra time and retain the trophy. Harder had put the Germans in front in that game.