What Maurizio Sarri must do to get the best of Eden Hazard
Hazard has nicked in five goals and two assists in six Premier League appearances for the Blues this season.
Unarguably, he is the west London side leading goalscorer. His blazing run of form, dribbles, tricks on the pitch always leaves watchers and admirers of the Belgian international munching on their fingers, reeling in excitement.
Not only is the 27-year-old a thrilling, standout and dominating figure in both the Premier League and Europe, he is the framework of Chelsea.
Take out the dazzling sensation and watch Chelsea fall like a pack of cards.
His immense contribution to Sarri’s plan this season should not go unnoticed. Without doubt, the Belgian playmaker has been a solution bringer at the club since joining six years ago.
Almost tucked behind the curtains at Chelsea under Mourinho, the Belgian has flourished well under Sarri.
Every player in Chelsea revolve around the 27-year-old and Italian manager Sarri is keen on building a stronger fortress, with Hazard as the sole powerhouse.
Sarri mooted the 27-year-old could go as far as netting more than 40 goals by May. A glaring difference from the 17 he managed under Conte last season.
Give the Belgian the ball and watch him wheel past defenders like lightning.
Noted, he wasn’t his best in the West Ham game that saw the Blues drop two points and fall to third.
Nonetheless, if Sarri builds Chelsea around Hazard, like Barcelona around Messi, within a short term,he could walk into the best peak of his career this season, not only for himself, but also for Chelsea.