N’Golo Kante has been named as Chelsea’s Player of the Year, as the French midfielder continues to be recognised for his play in what has been a disappointing season for the club so far.
Willian manage to scoop two awards on a successful night in West Kensington, as he was voted by his peers as their Players’ Player of the Year and his goal against Brighton was deemed to be Goal of the Season.
Thursday evening’s event saw the west London club come together to celebrate and acknowledge the team’s achievements, while a number of celebrities and staff attended the ceremony at the Olympia London.
Willian was the first to pick up the awards with his goal of the season while Reece James was awarded Chelsea’s Academy Player of the Year gong, with the 18-year-old seen as one for the future.
Ladies’ Players’ Player of the Year award went to Fran Kirby for inspiring Chelsea’s Ladies to another trophy this campaign.
Andreas Christensen was the club’s Young Player of the Year after he seamlessly fitted into the Chelsea backline in place of John Terry.
Willian picked up his second award of the night when his team-mates voted him as their Player’s Player of the Year before Kante wrapped things up in west London.