NGolo Kant vanquish Eden Hazard, Harry Kane, Romelu Lukaku, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Alexis Snchez to take PFA player of the year bestow, while Dele Alli won young musician prize
The Chelsea midfielder NGolo Kant has been voted the Professional Footballers Association player of the year for the 2016 -1 7 season. The Frenchman is on course to win a second successive Premier League title after also is a member of the Leicester side which upset the odds last season.
He insured off competitor from his Chelsea team-mate Eden Hazard who won the bestow in 2015 plus Tottenhams Harry Kane, Everton striker Romelu Lukaku, Zlatan Ibrahimovic of Manchester United and Arsenals Alexis Snchez.
Kant was presented with the bestow at the Grosvenor Hotel in London on Sunday evening. The Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli won the young musician booty for the second successive season, Manchester Citys Lucy Bronze won the womens musician of the year bestow for the second day has furthermore won it in 2014, and Birminghams Jess Carter topped the voting in the status of women young musician category.
David Beckham received such PFAs merit bestow for his contribution to the game.
Kant has played a crucial role in Chelseas surge to the top of the conference this season and is renowned as a tireless box-to-box challenger who helps break up opposition onslaughts and originate them for his own side. He will become the first musician to achieve the difference of winning successive Premier League titles with two different clubs if Chelsea can hold off Tottenham in this seasons championship race.
Antonio Conte joked after another commanding display by Kant in a win over West Ham last month that he is struggling to find a fault in his game. The Chelsea manager mentioned: He shaped five gaffes. He has to improve in this. He has to improve. I am joking. But I have to find one situation to tell him to improve. Hes playing really well. He has great staman, great character and we are working to improve that character. Im pleased for him.
Allis young player prize is some succour for his controversial omission from the six-man shortlist for the senior bestow. The performances and goals of the England midfielder, 21, are once again been critical to Spurs title push, and manager into the weekend he was the highest-scoring musician in the conference not recognised as a forward, with 16 goals.
England full-back Bronze won the womens musician of the year bestow for the second day, after is a member of the Manchester City squad which won the Womens Super League without losing a game in 2016.
Birmingham midfielder Carter insured off competitor from three Manchester City players to win the status of women young player.
Beckham, who won 115 England caps and starred at association degree for Manchester United, followed his former team-mate Ryan Giggs in winning the merits of the communication booty. He also received the prize alongside his Class of 92 Manchester United team-mates in 2013.
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