Chelsea has awarded its outstanding player of the season and the award went to Eden Hazard.
The ceremony was held on Sunday night to mark the end of their champion season at Battersea Evolution.
The awards were given out to the winners, however, these are club’s annual awards and it was hosted by Jeremy Vine a Television presenter accompanied by Omid Djalili a comedian.
The first award went to Eden Hazard as Yokohama player of the year and the trophy was handed to him by Yokohama Europe president Mr. Hashimoto, making the Belgian midfielder the second person to collect the award the third time in the club’s 50 year awarding history. His first award as player of the year was in 2013/2014 meaning he has got the three awards in four years.
Meanwhile the second award went to N’Golo Kante who won Chelsea players’ player of the year this was as the choice of the teammates this came to him because of winning nationwide PFA player award last month.
The award was not handed over on the night in all happiness he said “because we spend so long together, and we win together and we lose together, to be named by the other players is something special, I spent a very good season here, We were unlucky we did not win yesterday but it was a good season and hopefully next season we are going to be stronger.”
Other winners where Karen Carney as Chelsea ladies player of the year and Mason Mount who is the captain of U-18s club was awarded as the Adidas Chelsea academy player of the year which was handed to him by his U-18s manager Jody Morris