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Bukayo Saka Wins England Men’s Player of the Year for Second Time

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Bukayo Saka Wins England Men's Player of the Year for Second Time

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Bukayo Saka, the talented forward from Arsenal, has once again been named England Men’s Player of the Year, according to the English Football Association.

This marks his second consecutive win, with fans voting him as the standout player of the 2022-23 season.

Saka’s exceptional performance left competitors Jude Bellingham and Harry Kane in second and third place, respectively.

Over the past year, Saka has made a significant impact on the national team, scoring seven goals in ten appearances for England.

His standout performance at the 2022 World Cup, where he scored three crucial goals, was particularly memorable.

Saka also earned two player of the match awards during England’s victories over Ukraine and North Macedonia, where he achieved his first-ever career hat-trick.

The news of this prestigious award was presented to Saka as a surprise at England’s training base, St. George’s Park, coinciding with his 22nd birthday celebration.

This recognition follows Saka’s recent accolades as the PFA Young Player of the Season and inclusion in the PFA Premier League Team of the Year.

This article was updated 5 months ago


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