Haaland of Man City wins PFA Player of the Year, while Saka is named Young Player of the Year

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Erling Haaland of Manchester City and Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka were awarded the PFA men’s players’ player of the year and young player of the year, respectively.
Haaland, a 23-year-old attacker from Norway, scored 52 goals across all competitions in just one season with Pep Guardiola’s team.

Haaland defeated teammates John Stones and Kevin de Bruyne, as well as Martin Odegaard and Saka of Arsenal and Harry Kane of Tottenham, who is now playing for Bayern Munich.

The Premier League, FA Cup, and Champions League Triple Crown were all won by City in 2017.

Haaland added, “Winning this distinguished medal is an honor. “Being acknowledged by your rivals is an amazing feeling, and I want to thank everyone who voted for me.

“Both for the club and for me personally, it was an incredible season. I never thought I’d win the Triple Crown, so it was incredible to do it with such an exceptional bunch of players.

“Last season, we made some fantastic memories, and this year, we want to repeat that. We need to keep going because the season has started off positively for us.

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