Chelsea star Eden Hazard leaves young school girl emotional after surprise visit

Chelsea star Eden Hazard leaves young school girl emotional after surprise visit

I know it's very hard to win the Champions League, because if you play in the Premier League it's very hard to get to finals of other competitions.

However, ahead of the crucial match against Manchester City at the Etihad this weekend, Sarri is confident his side will not having difficulties creating chances against the champions.

"He's a lot about statistics". At the beginning of the season we won more away than at home.

'I hope that I am the football father.

"We are still learning about his concept".

He linked up brilliantly with Eden Hazard throughout the game. "It's a football feeling, I think".

The Italian has also been criticised by fans and analysts for playing N'Golo Kante, one of the world's leading holding midfielders, out of position in order to accommodate Jorginho as his deep-lying playmaker.

Hazard has scored 15 goals and set up 10 more in 32 appearances this season for Chelsea, but has had to carry the attacking impetus of the team by his lonesome after both Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata were ineffectual in Maurizio Sarri's system.

"When we have the ball, we have a lot of freedom, not just me but the striker [Gonzalo Higuain] and the right [attacker] Willian or Pedro, so we can move a lot", Hazard told The Times. It's not hard to hear, the coach is someone direct, who says exactly what he thinks. He then talked about the expectations on him and said, "I'm not at all selfish".

"Now, if you know you can go and get a blue-chip striker like Higuain, why wouldn't you get him?"

There will be no tactical switches, and as talented as Gonzalo Higuain is, it is too much for him to fix all the problems alone. "I am anxious about my team, I'm anxious about the performance but my job is always at risk".

"No, I don't think so", said Sarri, when asked if players were unmotivated. "We will see in the future".

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