PFA’s Team of the 2019-2020 season consists of 5 Liverpool players.
Manchester City and Belgium midfielder, Kevin De Bruyne changed into named men’s Player of the Year whilst Chelsea forward Bethany England received the women’s award, England’s Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) revealed on Tuesday.
PFA Team of the Year 2019-2020 comprises 5 Liverpool players:
De Bruyne, 29, scored thirteen Premier League goals, in the 2019-2020 season and the Belgian international additionally equalled the league report with 20 assists which helped him end up the primary Manchester City participant to win the award. The midfielder changed into additionally named withinside the crew of the 12 months which changed into ruled with the aid of using champion Liverpool with 5 players – defenders Virgil Van Dijk, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Andrew Robertson, midfielder Jordan Henderson and forward Sadio Mane.
Trent Alexander-Arnold wins the PFA young player of the year award:
Liverpool’s 21-year-old English international Alexander-Arnold changed into named the Young Player of the Year together along with his performances at the proper flank incomes all-spherical reward after he completed with 4 goals and thirteen assists – second at the back of De Bruyne at the charts.
Chelsea’s Beth England wins PFA Women’s POTY award; Mancity’s Lauren Hemp is the Young Woman-player of the year:
Beth England beat 3 Chelsea crew-friends and holder of Arsenal’s Vivianne Miedema to win the women’s Player of the Year award post her 14 goals in 15 suits helped the Londoners pip Manchester City to the name on a points-per-recreation basis. City’s 20-year-old forward Lauren Hemp took domestic the women’s Young Player of the Year gong for the second one time in her career, completing the season with 4 goals in 12 starts.
Marcus Rashford’s efforts are rewarded with PFA merit award:
Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford acquired the PFA merit award after he efficaciously campaigned for college meals vouchers to be furnished over the summertime season vacations in Britain.