Maurizio Sarri says Chelsea captaincy issue not a major concern

Lynette Rowe
September 25, 2018

Chelsea have further coming games against MOL Vidi and Southampton in the Europa League and Premier League respectively, before Jose Mourinho's Manchester United make the eagerly anticipated trip to Stamford Bridge on 20th October. If he's the second best player in the world how he's not get in the team of the year? This fella seems to miss some unbelievable chances and I just feel he's lacking in a bit of confidence at the moment.

'He was unbelievable. I still enjoy watching his videos on YouTube. The Belgian super star is known for his goal scoring abilities and is known for the incredible style of play that leaves defenders clueless.

The Blues are now third in the Premier League having won their opening five matches before Sunday's goalless draw at West Ham.

The most captivating part of this statement was that it was typed before Hazard's pristine performance against Cardiff which was capped with an hat-trick. As a matter of fact, football pundits often compare with players like Neymar, Bale and even Ronaldo and Messi sometimes, however his Achille's heels has always been the number of goals he scores per season.

The Chelsea legend, who made a return to the club this season to work with his countryman, is confident Hazard will be unstoppable as he continues to understand Sarri's philosophy.

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'I am surprised, ' the head coach said. "Having been a big part of things for seven years and played a huge part, not just a squad player, I'm definitely finding it hard this year to deal with that situation", he added.

"We just need to keep playing like we are".

"That's maybe because you relax more, but I think Antonio also had two in the first half which were very clear; one from the left and one from the right that Kepa [Arrizabalaga] saved. I want to play as many games as I can and try to be as efficient as I can".

"For the past decade, I've told my youngest son, who's now 19, to enjoy Lionel Messi, the finest player to have kicked a ball, and Cristiano Ronaldo, who comes close to that description, too, in their prime because players like them don't come along for every generation".

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