Mark Hughes: Time will tell where Eden Hazard sits in Chelsea’s history

Mark Hughes: Time will tell where Eden Hazard sits in Chelsea’s history

Maurizio Sarri's men went ahead on the half-hour mark when Barkley, recalled to the England squad this week, won the ball and then played it through to Hazard, who coolly slotted home.

Fabregas was given a deep-lying central midfield role on Thursday as Sarri's second string defeated Vidi 1-0 in the Europa League.

"Alvaro will [remember this game] I'm sure, it was very important for him", Fabregas said at Stamford Bridge. "This is what I like".

"The way he sees football is something that maybe in the future if I become a coach I think I'll do something very similar". As I see the team tried, we put pressure up front and really tried our best. I'm learning a lot from here, it's really interesting how he works and I'm really looking forward to working for a long time with him.

"I wish he came a bit earlier to be honest".

Chelsea attacker Eden Hazard has failed to dampen speculation linking him with Real Madrid, with the Belgian stating he is happy at the Blues now - but this is subject to change.




Morata has endured a hard 2018, with his goal against MOL Vidi only his second this season, and Fabregas acknowledged his fellow Spaniard has been "stressing out" about the situation. "You can feel he was trying to be a little bit nervous about the situation".

They have kept only two clean sheets in the League so far and have also conceded late goals in their home defeat to Leicester and their home draw to Brighton.

"It is hard to be sitting there and not helping the team when you know you could add something". I just need to keep winning games.

Southampton boss Mark Hughes has admitted it is going to be very hard for his side to stop an in form Eden Hazard when Chelsea travel to St Mary's tomorrow afternoon.

The Italian said: "I think in this moment for the player it's better to stay in Cobham". Definitely I'm very happy with him, I'd love to stay at the club.

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