Ex-Chelsea star Babayaro still upset with Kanu's hat-trick

Posted September 19, 2018

He has carried on his spectacular form of the previous campaign as he has already netted 4 goals in 5 league games so far this season.

Eden Hazard's hat-trick extended Chelsea's ideal start to five matches as a 4-1 win over Cardiff sent the Blues top of the Premier League.

Maurizio Sarri is not the first Chelsea head coach to challenge Eden Hazard to score more, but he is the first one to set the Belgian such an ambitious goal target.

Hazard is now flourishing under new Blues boss Maurizio Sarri, who has said that he can score 40 goals a season if he uses his energy in the final third as opposed to getting on the ball in deeper positions.

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"Put him in the Liverpool and Manchester City team at this moment in time and I think he might be able to". I think both, because we have to play 60 matches.

"It will also be a welcome chance of a start for many players who understandably can't get near the team just now", Nevin wrote in his column for the club's official website. He is flourishing under Maurizio Sarri, the new Chelsea manager. There's no rush to get to Chelsea so you can say that Eden Hazard is your team-mate.

Liverpool's upgrades in the transfer market meant they were expected to push City for the title, but Chelsea's 100 percent start was not as confidently foreseen after a chaotic summer at Stamford Bridge.

"We can improve.We are not so solid as I want in the defensive phase", Sarri said, citing Cardiff's early goal from an unmarked Sol Bamba.

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"In the last two weeks I have seen four matches of Cardiff and four matches of PAOK and I thought Giroud was more suitable for the Cardiff match and Morata for the other".

Do you think Hazard can reach for 40 goals for Chelsea this season?

'Am I very relaxed?

Hazard has been at Chelsea since 2012, when he arrived from Lille. "Yes, I think so".

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"The biggest thing of all is to free the focus of the players", Burnley manager Sean Dyche said after Sunday's 1-0 loss at Wolverhampton Wanderers. He's going to score goals and he's going to perform in the way we want and we expect.