Eden Hazard piles pressure on Antonio Conte by criticising Chelsea tactics

Eden Hazard piles pressure on Antonio Conte by criticising Chelsea tactics

Javier Howell
March 7, 2018

The centre back apparently wants a better wage and is willing to leave the club if offered one elsewhere. "For me, he is the best this season".

Hazard and De Bruyne are close friends and teammates on the Belgium National Team.

Hazard will be hoping to help Chelsea FC return to winning ways on Saturday evening when the Blues host Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League. He defends, crosses the ball, assists and scores goals in big games. For me personally it's hard to play a good game, when you only touch the ball three times.

Despite last season's successful Premier League title campaign under Italian coach Antonio Conte, Chelsea have now become a shadow of their former self, sitting fifth in the standings and a massive, 25 points off league leaders Manchester City.

Manchester City attacker Kevin De Bruyne has said that his team are determined to "win every game" between now and the end of the season.

Keeping either player beyond their current deals will prove even more hard if Chelsea fail to qualify for next season's Champions League and the Blues are now five points behind fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur. We aim to play simple but in a ideal way - that's the football we love, and at the moment it's a lot of fun.

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In the interview, Hazard revealed that De Bruyne got his vote for best in the Premier League over players like Harry Kane (the league's leading scorer) and Mohammed Salah.

"I think there are three: Kevin De Bruyne, Mohamed Salah and Harry Kane", said the 27-year-old.

'I voted for Kevin De Bruyne.

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'Obviously it is nice that it is voted by other players, but even supporters or journalists or panellists I don't know.

"The team has the conditions and quality to play much better and we have to change the attitude, right?"