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Antolin Alcaraz and Albert Crusat missing for Wigan's trip to Swansea

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Jon Benjamin has worked for the Foreign Office for 26 years

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Survivors of the Andean plane tragedy, below, fly the Uruguayan flag before the game

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The spiral around the red giant R Sculptoris is probably caused by a hidden companion star

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<b>11. LIONEL MESSI </b><br/>
<b>Total earnings: </b>£24.9 million <br/>
<b>Salary/winnings: </b>£12.7 million <br/>
<b>Endorsements: </b>£12.2 million <br/>
Lionel Messi is now regarded as the best footballer in the World, slightly above Christiano Ronaldo. Messi broke the 39 year record for most goals in a European club season in 2012 when he finished the season having netted 73 times. He won FIFA player of the year three times and his biggest endorsement is from Adidas.

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