Chelsea's Hazard happy but exhausted

Tanya Simon
November 13, 2018

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has set a record after their goalless draw with Everton in the English Premier League, Gracenote reported.

Chelsea's draw opened up the opportunity for Manchester City to move further clear of the Blues at the top, while Liverpool's victory earlier on Sunday has put them ahead of Sarri's side.

Chelsea Boss Maurizio Sarri admits his side need to address every issue and has to be more clinical and resolute in order to last in the title race.

"Then I think we played a very good match in the second part of the first half, and for 40 minutes in the second half".

"Why it happened is a very good question and very hard to answer". "But I think I'm in good condition to play". I have great memories of my time at Chelsea so it is hard to choose.

"I don't know", the Italian said when asked about the failure to create chances. "But I think we are playing very well". "It's very hard to stay close to these teams". "I hope that a match like our match today will happen in the future to other teams".

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Torres has scored two goals in 12 appearances for Sagan Tosu, who now sit in 15th place in the J1 League with two matches left to play. So, in this moment, it's maybe a little problem.

Hazard netted six times and made three assists in six outings in the World Cup to help the Red Devils reach the semi-finals before losing to France.

"I think it was only a normal discussion on the pitch", he said. "In the last three matches, you are right". We can do better. I have been playing football as a professional for more than 10 years now.

"I'm very proud of it".

"I feel great here and I am just working as well as I can, doing my best for the Club".

Former Germany national team captain Ballack told The Sun: "I wouldn't say their first target should be the Europa League".

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