Kevin De Bruyne was the winner of the latest PFA Men’s Players’ Player of the Year award.
With football fans anticipating to find out whether Harry Kane would take home the prestigious prize, there was a surprise when De bruyne was named the winner, raising a lot of controversies.
De Bruyne was named as only the third man in history to retain the PFA prize, following in the footsteps of Cristiano Ronaldo and Thierry Henry despite his season being ruined with injuries.
Although he suffered injuries, De Bruyne did enjoy a fantastic campaign having scored 6 goals and 14 assists from his 23 PL game starts.
Let’s dive into the 2020/21 season stat and see if he really did deserve this award. Let us know in the comment what you think.
De Bruyne vs Fernandes stats
Here, we compare Dr Bruyne’s stats with one of his midfield ... Bruno Fernandes(Man Utd.)
Stats presented here, is from official PL stats comparison tool.
So, without further ado, let’s check out whether Fernandes or De Bruyne shone brightest in the Premier League in the 2020/21 season:
I think Fernandes should have won as far as the statistics are concerned.
Fernandes scored more goals, created more big chances, played more forward passes, kept more clean sheets, executed more tackles, made more interceptions, won more aerial duels and provided the same amount of assists.
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