Published: Tue, April 09, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Maurizio Sarri Admits He "Can't Do Anything" To Keep Majestic Hazard

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With just over a year remaining on the Belgian's contract and no indication of an extension forthcoming, he appears set to leave Stamford Bridge at the end of the season.

Speaking to Sky Sports after the game, Hazard himself was asked if the West Ham fans' chants of "He's off to Madrid" were true, but he moved to settle concerns.

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When asked about Hazard's performance, Carragher insisted that a move to Spain would benefit his career.

"I prefer not to talk about players from other teams because I am sure there are also players at Barca that can make other teams better", he said.

By as the game was preparing to enter stoppage time - with Chelsea's lead vulnerable - Hazard was left unmarked on the right to bring down Ross Barkley's pass before striking into the net. He's that good a player.

"I think that we played really very good today against a unsafe opponent". With Eden at Chelsea, he's too good.

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The rumoured Real Madrid target opened the scoring 24 minutes in with an incredible individual strike that saw him carry the ball more than 30 yards and convert past Lukasz Fabianski.

The former Liverpool defender continued: 'He's the best player in the league.

Chelsea, meanwhile, always looked good for a second and eventually Hazard decided he'd had enough, lashing home a low finish in the final minute to cap a dominant performance.

'People then say: "But what about [Raheem] Sterling, [Leroy] Sane and [Mohamed] Salah". I can not do anything.

West Ham put in a spirited second half display and created some decent opportunities through Manuel Lanzini and Ryan Cresswell but were unable to find a breakthrough. I took the ball and then I tried to move forward.

"In the summer of 2015, Paul Pogba was playing in Turin and we simply told Juve that, if one day they decide to sell the player, we would be interested", Bartomeu said in an interview with ESPN. For me, them two [Hazard and Silva], I can't separate them but it's a joy to watch them both'.

A third successive victory means Chelsea have 66 points from 33 games, while Tottenham and Arsenal have 64 and 63 respectively having played a game less.

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