Chelsea superstar Eden Hazard was confirmed as the Premier League’s PFA Player of the Year award on Sunday night, but he as not the only Blues midfielder celebrated at the awards ceremony.
The Women’s Player of the Year award also went to Stamford Bridge, as 24-year-old South Korea international Ji So-Yun was recognised for an excellent campaign.
After collected her prize, she told reporters: “It is a big honour to receive this award – I want to thank Chelsea Ladies’ players and staff. “I’m really, really happy to be nominated alongside Hazard, I’m really proud of myself and Chelsea, and the Chelsea Ladies team.”
Meanwhile, the PFA Women’s Young Player of the Year award was won by Arsenal Ladies starlet Leah Williamson (pictured above).
The 18-year-old defender, who can also play in midfield, has been a regular starter for her club this season. She has represented England at five different youth levels, including the Under-23 side.
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