With the 2021/22 season coming to it's end this Sunday, individual awards have now started to flow in with Manchester City young striker, Phill Foden being announced as the winner of the Young player of the season award after an awesome campaign.
In 51 appearances for the Pep Guardiola's side across all competitions, Foden managed to clinch a massive 14 goals besides providing 15 assists and hence, making the Blue half of Manchester to be in the position of winning the 2021/22 Premier League title with them having a one-point advantage over Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool.
Moreover, the 21 year old was crucial in the Sky Blues' quest for the UEFA Champions League trophy though a last minute brace from Brazilian international, Rodrigo in the competition's semi-final saw them ditched out by La Liga giants, Real Madrid.
Meanwhile, Liverpool's Mohammed Salah and Tottenham Hotspurs' forward, Heung-Min Son are set to battle it out for the Premier League's golden boot though a surprising moment by Manchester United forward, Cristiano Ronaldo cannot be ruled out despite four goals behind the duo.
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