Eden Hazard So Hard To Play Against, West Ham Star Admits

Eden Hazard So Hard To Play Against, West Ham Star Admits

Eden Hazard So Hard To Play Against, West Ham Star Admits

Chelsea's "Sarriball" possession-based style has often frustrated Blues fans this term, but Hazard believes the Stamford Bridge men have nearly fully grasped their head coach's methods.

But the Italian was finally able to relax in stoppage time when Hazard was given acres of space to control Ross Barkley's pass and produced the finish to match his performance.

- West Ham have scored just one goal in their last seven away Premier League games (D1 L6), a Mark Noble penalty in a 1-1 draw at Crystal Palace.

Eden Hazard's Chelsea future is up in the air with just over 12 months left on his current contract.

Hazard scored both goals - the first of which was a brilliant solo effort - in a 2-0 win at Stamford Bridge to take the Blues up to third in the table.

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The West Ham starlet has been linked with some of the Premier League's giants after making a huge impression since graduating into the first team last season.

In the summer transfer window, Liverpool signed a top class DM by luring Fabinho from Monaco for just £43.7million (Sky Sports News) and the Brazilian worldwide has proved to be brilliant for the Reds.

Maurizio Sarri has admitted that there is nothing that Chelsea can do to keep Eden Hazard if the Belgium playmaker decides that he wants to leave the club in the summer. As rival clubs have experienced, sometimes it's futile to try and replace the irreplaceable, but these contrasting stories offer some hope that though it may be the end of Hazard at Chelsea, it's often possible to recover from such "disasters".

So, I do not think that he will have any problem in leaving his boyhood team for a much bigger club.

Meanwhile, there was a fresh injury concern for West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini after Samir Nasri sustained a calf strain at Stamford Bridge. I can not do anything. "But this is the situation and we need only to adapt to this situation", added Sarri. "I am small so it is good when I play against tall players as it's very hard for them to change direction". On an evening of few positives for the London Stadium outfit, he was definitely one of them, as many acknowledged.

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