Eden Hazard reveals who is to blame for Tottenham defeat

Eden Hazard has broken silence on Chelsea’s shambolic outing against capital rivals Tottenham Hotspurs.

Hazard has blamed all his teammates for their poor display against Mauricio Pochettino’s men that led to their first defeat of the season. Spurs outplayed, outclassed and outscored the Blues with goals from Dele Alli, Harry Kane and Son.

However, Olivier Giroud came on in the second half and salvaged a consolation goal but Sarri was shocked to see his side succumb to defeat.

Cheslea are now in fourth place on the table and seven points adrift City, leaving them further behind their rivals.

Hazard spoke in hindsight of the game, and blamed all of his teammates.

“We didn’t play a good game and everybody could see that.

“We started the game very badly and conceded two goals early. Against this kind of team, when you are 2-0 down, it is hard to come back. We tried but it was not enough.

“It is hard to start a game after 15 minutes when we have conceded two goals. We tried, but then we pushed and conceded another one at the start of the second half.

“We had a bad game and we just need to forget about this and move forward. We need to analyse everything and then maybe talk together, and try to win again.”