There was honor for the football players Christian Eriksen and Pernille Harder on Saturday night.
Here were the two players voted the Male Footballer, and this Year's Female Footballer of the Spillerforeningen.
It happened at the show Sport 2018 in Herning.
The other nominees in men was Kasper Schmeichel and Thomas Delaney, while Janni Arnth and Sanne Troelsgaard also was nominated with women.
It was far from the first time the two players received the honour.
For the 26-year-old Christian eriksen's case it is fifth time, he honoured with the award, and it means that he walks by Brina Laudrup, who has taken the title four times.
But it stands Pernille Harder, not back.
For the 26-year-old Harder, it was the fourth consecutive year and fifth time in total, she received the honour.
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2018 is a year I will never forget. To win this award for the 5 time is a big honor. Thank you for the support to all players, coaches and fans!
Christian Eriksen has for many years been Denmark's largest fodboldprofil and has led the way in the national team and in the English Tottenham.
As the 26-year-old has Christian Eriksen has already played 85 matches and scored 25 goals.
Pernille Harder had a great season in 2018.
With his German club Wolfsburg won Pernille Harder so The Double with both the German championship and the German pokaltitel, and the dane was also the top scorer in the Bundesliga.
She was playing Wolfsburg forward to the Champions League final, where the team lost 1-4 after extra time to the sovereign Lyon from France.
Pernille Harder scored the German goals in the final, and she was number two in the friendly game against france in the tournament with eight goals.
Also on the Danish national team she was a key figure, even if it is not managed Denmark to qualify for the WORLD cup in the year after that in 2017 was to the silver medal at the european championship finals.
Ben Harders farms in the season meant that she, in august was named Europe's best player, when she received the award 'Player of the Year' by The International Football association (Uefa).
In december, she was in the close race for the prestigious title as the winner of the Ballon d'or award.
Here was Pernille Harder just six votes to run away with the glory, which, however, went to the Norwegian Ada Hegerberg.
Later in december, so the more glory, when the british newspaper The Guardian named the dane to the world's best female footballer.
A panel of judges at 72, former players, coaches and journalists from around the world stood behind the runner-up, and they placed the Ada Hegerberg in second place after Pernille Harder.
Pernille Harder has played 105 matches and scored 53 goals.
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