Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof was named Swedish Player of the Year for 2018 at an awards ceremony in Stockholm.
To the 12 year old me. You didn’t dream too big... pic.twitter.com/fzJ20cI8PO— Victor Lindelöf (@vlindelof) November 13, 2018
“It means very much for me to receive this prize,”United's no.2 told the guests at the gala, which was also attended by former United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who clinched the award for 10 consecutive years between 2007-2016.
“I am extremely proud and grateful,”Lindelof continued.
“I want to thank all my team-mates in my club and national team, but also my family, who have always been there for me in wet and dry. You really mean everything to me.
“To the 12-year-old me. You didn't dream too big...”
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