Eden Hazard ranks Chelsea teammate among the world's best strikers

Maurizio Sarri doubts Chelsea’s title credentials

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"Olivier's a target man, maybe the best in the world; I think so", said Hazard.

"I think, okay, we can play better, we should play better, but we scored four goals and it's a good game for us". And he's coming off a hat-trick scored against Cardiff City at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. "He has to improve some things, but he can do it".

Former Chelsea left-back Minto told Love Sport Radio: "As much as they've got Giroud and Morata, we might see at some point this season Hazard as a false nine, which means he's more central, but even if he's not, he can get in those positions".

Hazard sent Cardiff goalkeeper Neil Etheridge, who had already saved two penalties this season, the wrong way to complete the second Premier League hat-trick of his Chelsea career.

Speaking about a potential move to the Premier League, as reported by the Daily Star, Hislop feared that a move now could scupper Bailey's development as a player. "So I have to organise them better defensively and the players have to understand that".

"I have to organise better the defensive phase and the players have to understand that. If you aren't playing, you aren't learning or growing in the game". The northwest club had to go through three qualifying rounds in an attempt to reach the group stage but fell short.

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He rejected Premier League offers to join Sky Bet Championship side Aston Villa, but departed this summer after the club lost the play-off final to Fulham.

We've traditionally been quite a good team to play if you want to break a winless run!

The France striker, buoyed by the recent end of his worldwide goal drought, twice assisted hat-trick hero Eden Hazard, who afterwards described his team-mate as the best target man in the world.

Hazard is now the top scorer in the Premier League with five goals from five games. "I don't care that he wasn't great (in Saturday's 2-1 loss to Liverpool)".

Racing on to World Cup-winner Giroud's flick, Hazard scampered past Joe Bennett and drilled home the leveller.

The Belgium captain received the ball just outside the Cardiff box in the 37th and surged past a defender before driving a powerful finish across goal to equalise.

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