Ryan Sessegnon is making history.
A day after his historic nomination as the first non-top-flight player to be in the running for PFA Young Player of the Year, the 17-year-old won five different awards at the annual Football League event.
The Fulham hotshot made the awards event his own last night. Sess landed the Player of the Season, Apprentice of the Year, Young Player of the Season, Team of the Season and the Club Developed XI trophies at the ceremony, which all but solidified his status as England’s brightest youth prospect.
17-year-old Ryan Sessegnon picked up five #EFLAwards
🏆 Player of the Season
🏆 Apprentice of the Year
🏆 Young Player of the Season
🏆 Team of the Season
🏆 Club Developed XI
Define: clean sweep. pic.twitter.com/UsAyeNIaIS
— Scouted Football (@ScoutedFtbl) April 15, 2018
Sessegnon became the first player to win the Player of the Season and Football League Young Player of the Season in the same year, as well as the first Fulham player ever to win an individual award at the event.
Read about all the stats, skills and goals that prove why Ryan Sessegnon deserves all these accolades right here.