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Hazard Bags A Double While John Terry Receives Special Prize At Chelsea’s End Of Season Awards

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Chelsea superstars have quickly moved on over their FA Cup blues as they had a gala time celebrating their Premier League triumph at the annual Player of the Year Awards on Sunday.

Conte’s men put the FA Cup final loss against Arsenal behind them as they came together along with some faces from the past for the annual Chelsea event at Battersea Evolution.

Eden Hazard had double reasons to celebrate as he grabbed both the Goal of the Season and the Supporters Player of the Year award.

The Belgian superstar netted 17 goals for the Blues this season but his incredible strike against the Gunners in February landed him the Goal of the season award.

Blues playmaker N’Golo Kante added yet another feather to his cap to make his incredible season with the Blues more special as he won the Players’ Player of the Year award.

This comes after he already won the PFA Players’ Player and FWA Footballer of the Year prize.

The event saw Blues skipper and legend John Terry being honoured for his illustrious 22-year career with the Blues.

The former England defender is set to part ways with the club this summer and there was a special guest to hand him a special recognition award at the end of the night.

Kante’s former boss and ex-Chelsea manager Claudio Ranieri handed John Terry a lifetime achievement award after his incredible Blues career drew to an end.

Karen Carney MBE of Chelsea Ladies.

Basking in glory after thrashing Liverpool 7-0, Chelsea Ladies squad were also present at the event to witness Karen Carney MBE grab the Player of the Year award.

Despite suffering a defeat against Arsenal in the FA Cup final on Saturday, the club still opted to celebrate a previous winning of the competition.

Steve Clarke, Frank Leboeuf, Scott Minto and Eddie Newton were a part of the winning squad that clinched the FA Cup in 1997.

And the club honoured them as Chelsea celebrated the 20th anniversary of that triumph.

Youth star Mason Mount.

Teenage star Mason Mount was handed the Academy Player of the Year.

The English youngster had played a pivotal role in guiding the youth side to Under-18 league and the FA Youth Cup triumph.

Anirban Das
Anirban Das's journey to Delhi via Kolkata involves football, music, curiosity (which one day can kill the cat) and food. Following global football opens up an infinite space within him in both the conscious and subconscious self, away from the din and bustle of the madding crowd. Supports Manchester United & Barcelona

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