Mason mount has been chosen by fans as the winner of the 2020/21 chelsea men's team player of the year award.He will be presented with the trophy prior to kick-off at stamford bridge this evening as blues fans return to the stadium for the first time since December.
Supporters were asked to pick the outstanding individuals of the past nine months and mount was clear victor receiving the the first majority of the votes cast.
Mount has been key figure under both frank lampard and Thomas tuchel this term,playing more matches and more minutes than any other blues player across all competition to date.The 22-year old started chelsea first seven games of 2020/21 and netted the first of chelsea goals at the hawthons in september as we came from 3-0 down to salvage a point from westbrom.
His perfomance through a relentless autumn and winter schedule set the tone for the blues a willingness to press with the intelligence and intensity from the front combined with the clever use of the ball in possession.In champions league mount netted his first European goal in the quarter finals against porto,becoming chelsea youngest player to score in the champions league knockout.
All the best to this younger player as he pursues his career.
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