Hazard left out of Chelsea squad for PAOK trip

Ross Houston
September 21, 2018

As a former Manchester City manager, Pellegrini is aware of the rollercoaster nature of life in the Premier League, but victory at Goodison Park allowed him to proclaim a long-term vision for the east London club.

Eden Hazard has been superb this season for Chelsea in the Premier League and Maurizio Sarri wants him to rest so as for the winger to maintain his superb form for the Blues this term.

EDEN HAZARD is still likely to join Real Madrid.

Manchester City star striker Sergio Aguero.


Earlier this week Sarri admitted he could rest Hazard for the Europa League. Erik Lamela scored the Spurs' lone goal. "There will be a chance for everyone, but not for 25 or 28 players - the truth is this".

Should Chelsea mount an unexpected title challenge, it will be down to their resilience in holding onto Hazard.

He has fallen behind Olivier Giroud in the pecking order at Stamford Bridge, which limits his options at Chelsea. I don't know if there is a spot tomorrow. "Now I have changed my mind. I think our task as managers is about growing the players we have".

Tottenham spent nothing in the offseason. He captained his country to a third-place finish in Russian Federation, scoring three goals along the way. In fact, after Erik Lamela pulled one back in stoppage time, Son Heung-min was unfortunate not to earn a stoppage-time penalty when South Korea's returning Asian Games champion was kicked by Sadio Mane.


Fresh off the worldwide break, the Premier League is back on for a long stretch.

Mourinho wasn't completely satisfied. He was on his way for a brace in the first half and then put the hat trick together with a penalty in the second half.

"We must demand he gives more because he's able to be a top player".

That has led to some talk of whether he could emulate Mo Salah's stunning effort from last season and catapult himself into the top echelon of players in the world, alongside Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.


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