Hazard Nominated For Pfa Fans’ Player Of The Year Award

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Chelsea star Eden Hazard has been nominated for the PFA Bristol Street Motors Premier League Fans’ Player of the Year award.

Hazard has had a brilliant season for Chelsea and has been one of the best players in the Premier League this season.

Hazard scored 16 league goals this season and assisted 15 in 37 appearances, in what was a very good season for the Belgian on an individual basis.

Besides Hazard, Man City trio Raheem Sterling, Sergio Aguero and Bernado Silva and Liverpool pair Virgil van Dijk and Sadio Mane are also among the nominees.

The award is decided by football fans from across the globe and voting is open now and will end at 8am on May 27.

Hazard has already been named the Premier League’s Playmaker of the Season after ending the season with the most number of assists (15), as well as making history at the Chelsea end of season awards by scooping the Player of the Year, Players’ Player of the Year and Goal of the Season awards for 2019, becoming the first Blues player to collect all three awards in the same year.

Hazard has been a key player for Chelsea this season, and he has played a huge role in helping Chelsea end the season in 4th place.

Hazard can still win one more trophy before the end of the campaign, as Chelsea face Arsenal in the Europa League final on May 29.

Hazard believes the match, though 2,500 miles away in Azerbaijan, will feel just like a Premier League game between the two London rivals.

He told RMC Sport: “It’s a bit far, but we are preparing for it in the same way as if it was in the Premier League. It’s a European final, a great moment for both clubs.

“I’ve been lucky enough to win the Europa League already with Chelsea, but I want to win it a second time. We’ll go motivated like never before and try and win the match.”

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