Eden Hazard has jokingly laid bare his dismay to Liverpool star Daniel Sturridge over his breath-taking goal that denied Chelsea three points in the League over last weekend.
Hazard who has been enjoying barnstorming form from the start of the season put Chelsea in the lead earlier in the game. And while the Belgian play-maker squandered another chance to increase his tally, Sturridge came-off the bench of the Reds to score in the dying minutes of the game.
Chelsea and Liverpool have remained unbeaten the League but the Blues are now in third place on the log with two points adrift top spot. The Premier League is said to be a horse race between Man City, Liverpool and Chelsea.
And Hazard has revealed what he said to the English forward right after the game.
“To be fair, it’s not bad, it’s not a bad goal. “I know you have quality but why show it today, my friend?
“Do it next week, not now!” Hazard said to Sturridge.
Sturridge has been left as a bit-part player for Liverpool since Klopp to charge of the helms of the club. Nonetheless, the English forward is currently the joint top-scorer of the club and many have called on Klopp to hand him more game time.