Kanté is truly Premier League’s best, admits Victor Moses

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The Nigeria international claims the Frenchman deserved to emerge as PFA Players' Player of the Year

Chelsea’s Victor Moses claims the announcement of N'Golo Kanté as the PFA Players' Player of the Year was truly deserved.

The Frenchman beat teammate Eden Hazard and Manchester United’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic to the coveted prize following a brilliant debut season at Stamford Bridge.

The 26-year-old has played 31 of the Blues’ 32 games in the Premier League so far this season, and could yet inspire Antonio Conte’s men to the  English Premier League title with six matches to go.

And the Nigerian who has equally enjoyed a brilliant season is in no doubt that the former Leicester City star has been the best.

''Congratulations N'Golo Kanté on winning the PFA Player of the Year award. Well deserved and it's a pleasure playing with you mate,'' Moses twitted.

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Conte’s side who breezed past Tottenham Hotspur 4-2 to reach the English FA final continue their chase for the English topflight diadem against Southampton on Tuesday.

They lead the log with 75 points from 32 games – four points ahead of closest challenger, Spurs.


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