Premier League

Phil Foden become youngster player to win five Premier League titles

Rajarshi Shukla

May 23 2023
Phil Foden Manchester City Premier League

The English forward reaches yet another milestone with Manchester City

Despite an injury-plagued season, Phil Foden has remained vibrant and broken many records in another successful season for Manchester City. The 22-year-old is now the youngest player in Premier League history to win five titles.

Foden entered the Manchester City youth club when he was eight years old and quickly rose through the ranks, stunning trainers with his technical abilities and vision on the pitch. In November 2017, he made his professional debut as a late substitution in a Champions League match against Feyenoord.

Foden made his professional debut in 2017 after winning the FIFA U-17 World Cup Golden Ball award during England’s triumphant Under-17 World Cup campaign.

In the exact same year, he earned his City appearance and was voted BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year in December.

Foden has since played more than one hundred matches for the club, gaining nine awards, notably the Premier League winners’ medal at the age of 21. In 2019, he won his fifth Premier League title and became the club’s youngest-ever goalscorer in the UEFA Champions League, as well as the youngest English player to make an appearance in a game and score in the tournament’s knockout stages.

Earlier he has been selected Premier League Young Player of the Season and PFA Young Player of the Year in 2021.

Despite being only 22 years old, Foden has received numerous awards in the course of his career. With Manchester City, the Englishman possesses five Premier League titles, one FA Cup, four Carabao Cups, and two Community Shields to his name, and he has enough experience to add to that list.

Since bursting out at an early age, Foden has established himself as the youngest person to accomplish a variety of feats.

He earned the fourth-youngest English player to participate in the Champions League (17 years, 177 days) and the initial player born in 2000 to make his debut in competing in the league.

He also happens to be the second-youngest English player to appear in a UCL game, after only Jude Bellingham.

He remains the youngest English player ever to begin a UCL knockout match, having done so aged 17 years and 283 days versus Basel in 2018.

And now the teenager has broken another record by becoming the youngest player in Premier League history to win five crowns.

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