Chelsea star Eden Hazard believes his side deserved more from last night game against Barcelona:
“I want to say that we should have won the game, but when you play against this kind of team you have to be focused 100 per cent,” said Hazard, who went close to score with a couple of chances and assisted Willian for the opener.
“We made one mistake but if we’d scored more goals the mistake doesn’t count, so a draw is a bad result for us because now we have to play in Barca and we know it’s going to be difficult.
“We can play with our quality. We have good players, you could see that, so we can create a lot of chances. We will give everything to try to go through.”
Willian was Chelsea’s man of the match, having scored the opener and hit the post twice, but also giving more than a headache to Barça’s defence:
“I said to him that he needed to shoot in the goal and not try to touch the post,” Hazard said with a smile on his face.
“I said that to him in the first half and you saw in the second half he scored the goal. I’m happy for him, he played really well. He’s a top player and he showed that.”
When asked what kind of performance Chelsea will need to produce at Camp Nou in three weeks, Hazard replied:
“More than perfect: we want to keep a clean sheet, for sure, and we will need to score if we want to go through. We have three weeks to be ready for the game and we will give everything.”