Eden Hazard was one of the protagonists of Chelsea win at West Ham last night: the Belgian international opened the scoring after a thrilling counter-attack at minute 25.
“It is easier for me to move inside,” said Hazard while speaking to Sky Sports after the game.
“Sometimes when I play wide I am alone. In this system we know what to do, we try to pass to each other all the time.”
Asked by Chelsea lenged Frank Lampard if they might beat the Premier League record of 95 points with which they won the title under José Mourinho in 2004/2005, the Belgian forward said they were not setting any targets other than winning the Blues’ sixth top-tier title.
“We are top and we want to stay there. We have 11 games left, and we will try to win the title as quickly as possible.”
“Tonight we played a good game, maybe not the best of the season but we scored two goals and won.”