Published: Tue, November 19, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Hazard is the laziest player I've ever trained with

Hazard is the laziest player I've ever trained with

He now plies his trade in the Spanish league but still follows Chelsea.

In just his second season in management, Lampard has taken Chelsea up to third place in the table as they look ahead to their next outing against Manchester City on Saturday.

Hazard joined Real Madrid in the summer, with the Belgian thus far having played in 11 games across LaLiga Santander and the Champions League, scoring one goal and providing four assists.

Eden Hazard opens up on Chelsea's title chances amidst the youth revelation under new manager and Chelsea Legend Frank Lampard.

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Hazard also showed his admiration for the way in which Chelsea are earning their stellar results, and when asked if the transfer ban was actually a good thing, he replied: "I don't know". When I saw them play it's nice, they all play together.

"I wasn't surprised about Frank Lampard, " Hazard said. For England it's good, for Chelsea's it's good. "I played, didn't play, I didn't get the continuity that I needed and what I have here now". "They are lucky to have young players with quality", he noted. "They are winning at the moment so I'm happy for them".

He faced criticism from some sections of the media earlier this season, who claimed that he arrived in Spain overweight, while earlier this month former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger described Hazard as "too heavy".

The Blues are aiming to maintain their spot in the top four this season and they now find themselves eight points behind leaders Liverpool FC.

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