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Adam Booker·6 February 2023

🏆 PL Awards: Dream debut, record-breaker Kane, invisible Haaland

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It was a fascinating weekend in the Premier League with the race at the top growing in intensity, and some top teams suffering defeats.

It’s time for our weekly awards.

The record-breaker award

Harry Kane is inevitable.

His 267th strike sees him become Spurs’ all-time leading goal-scorer.

Only 61 more to eclipse Alan Shearer for most in Premier League history!

The invisible man award

It’s not often that Manchester City struggle to create chances, but when they do, it’s Haaland who will suffer the most.

City will need to get him involved if they want to chase down Arsenal!

The turnaround award

Three big Premier League wins, including a 3-0 thrashing of Liverpool since Julen Lopetegui took over as Wolves boss during the World Cup is surely survival form.

The brick wall award

Ethan Pinnock has proven to be an immovable object in the Brentford defence.

The new kid on the block award

Seemingly from nowhere, Kaoru Mitoma has cemented himself as a Premier League star with four goals since the World Cup, most recently a late winner for the Seagulls.

The dream debut award

In Dean Henderson’s absence, new signing Keylor Navas produced a goalkeeping masterclass for Nottingham Forest.

The replacement award

It can’t be easy to step in and take control of the dugout in Antonio Conte’s absence, but Cristian Stellini did it better than most.

Spurs will look forward to having Conte back on the bench, but not bad for a deputy!