Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has been named the 2019-20 Premier League player of the season.
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De Bruyne, 29, has been recognised as the league’s best player after a scintillating campaign saw him score 13 goals and assist a further 20 in 35 domestic appearances, as per Premier League.
This season saw De Bruyne equal ex-Arsenal striker Thierry Henry’s record numbers for a single season which dates back to 2002-03.
The world-class midfielder becomes the third Belgian in the last nine seasons to win the award after ex-teammate Vincent Kompany and former Chelsea attacker Eden Hazard.
Congratulations, @DeBruyneKev ?
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