This Chelsea Player Not Too Far Away From Eden Hazard - Liverpool Legend

This Chelsea Player Not Too Far Away From Eden Hazard - Liverpool Legend

This Chelsea Player Not Too Far Away From Eden Hazard - Liverpool Legend

The versatile midfielder has been a vital cog in Klopp's well-oiled machine since the German took the reigns at Anfield, especially last season as the club reached the Champions League final.

And despite being denied only by Sturridge's wonder strike, Sarri continued to stick to his assessment that Chelsea were only contenders for the top four and not challenge for the title.

The result leaves City and Liverpool tied at the top of the table with 19 points from their first seven matches while Chelsea have taken 17.

It was a slick piece of play started and finished by Hazard and underlined the confidence and flair with which he is playing at present.

"If he carries on like this he could have his most productive season in a Chelsea shirt since he's been there".

"Of course, Hazard is the first but I think Pedro, Willian and [Alvaro] Morata will be able to score more than 10 goals in the season".

There's still a lot of time left for somebody to beat this goal, but for now, it's the best we've seen in the Premier League this season.

Hazard scored for the Blues in the first half, running onto a great through ball from Mateo Kovacic before sliding his finish past the outstretched arm of Alisson Becker in the Liverpool goal.

The Netherlands global was substituted during the 3-0 Premier League win over former club Southampton last weekend with a fitness concern and missed the Carabao Cup defeat to Chelsea in mid-week.

- This was the 38th home Premier League game that Hazard has scored in - he has never ended on the losing side in any of those games (W34 D4 L0).

Justice was done there folks!gimwly substitutions, What a goal that's Daniel sturridge at his best!poss goal of the season contender.

Milner, 32, has been heavily influential in the middle of the park this campaign as Jurgen Klopp's men sit atop the Premier League table having made a ideal start to the season. If you play them again, you try to correct that case.

But in a league featuring several weak teams that will be beaten convincingly by the pace-setters, Sarri and Co. know that they can blow the lesser sides away at the same time as being competitive against City and Liverpool.

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