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Alessia Russo & Ella Toone stun in see-through outfits as Lionesses dominate Team of the Year XI at Fifa The Best awards

ALESSIA RUSSO and Ella Toone both rocked see-through outfits at Fifa’s The Best awards on Monday night.

The England duo stunned on the green carpet as the Lionesses dominated the Fifpro Women’s World XI at the glitzy bash.

Alessia Russo stunned in a see-through outfit at Fifa's The Best Awards

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Alessia Russo stunned in a see-through outfit at Fifa’s The Best AwardsCredit: AP
Ella Toone also rocked a see-through look as she posed on the green carpet

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Ella Toone also rocked a see-through look as she posed on the green carpetCredit: Getty
Russo and Toone were both named in the Fifpro Women's World XI

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Russo and Toone were both named in the Fifpro Women’s World XICredit: Rex

Russo and Toone were pictured in striking black outfits at The Apollo Theatre.

Arsenal forward Russo wore her hair in a bun as she posed in a glittering all-in-one dress.

Meanwhile, best pal Toone’s sleeveless look featured feathered shoulders, which she paired with a matching bag.

Fans praised their style choices on social media, with one writing: “Alessia Russo. That’s the tweet.”

Another added: “Alessia Russo, you’re everything.”

A third fan also commented: “Ella Toone looks absolutely stunning tonight.”

Both players were included in the Fifpro Women’s World XI alongside five of their England team-mates.

Mary Earps, Lucy Bronze, Alex Greenwood, Keira Walsh and Lauren James were also rewarded for their Women’s World Cup heroics.

Fans hailed Toone's'stunning' outfit at Monday's awards ceremony

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Fans hailed Toone’s ‘stunning’ outfit at Monday’s awards ceremonyCredit: Getty
Russo was dubbed'everything' by one fan on social media

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Russo was dubbed ‘everything’ by one fan on social mediaCredit: Getty

Spain’s Olga Carmona and Aitana Bonmati, as well as forwards Alex Morgan and Sam Kerr completed the line-up.

The Lionesses reached the final last summer before a heart-breaking defeat to Spain.

Russo scored three times during England’s campaign, whilst Toone opened the scoring in the semi-final win over co-hosts Australia.

Manager Sarina Wiegman was also rewarded by being named best women’s coach for a fourth time.

As for Earps, she won best women’s goalkeeper ahead of Spain’s Cata Coll and Australia keeper Mackenzie Arnold.

The Manchester United stopper picked up the award for the second year running after saving a penalty in the World Cup final.

Meanwhile, Manchester City dominated the Fifpro Men’s World XI with six of their stars making the team.

John Stones, Kyle Walker, Ruben Dias, Bernardo Silva, Kevin De Bruyne and Erling Haalandbeaten to the main individual prize by Lionel Messi – were all included from the treble winners.

Real Madrid trio Thibaut Courtois, Jude Bellingham and Vinicius Jr also featured alongside Kylian Mbappe and Messi.

Mary Earps was named best women's goalkeeper at the awards show

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Mary Earps was named best women’s goalkeeper at the awards showCredit: Getty
Lionesses manager Sarina Wiegman also picked up the best women's coach award

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Lionesses manager Sarina Wiegman also picked up the best women’s coach awardCredit: Getty

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