Saturday , October 1 2022

Eden Hazard: I'm tired but I'm happy at Chelsea


Eden Hazard enjoys himself at Chelsea, despite the feeling of fatigue after his recent efforts.

The 27th was sparkling in recent months, helping Belgium to become the third World Cup before making a significant contribution to the start of the 12 unprecedented match match at Chelsea, with seven goals.

Hazard missed three matches with a back injury and played 90 minutes for the first time on October 20 against Manchester United in Sunday's draw with Everton.

Chelsea expanded its defeat at the start of the season to stand four points behind Manchester City rulers and two Liverpool players in third place before the next match against Tottenham at Wembley on November 24th.

"Believe me, I'm tired," Hazard said. "But I think I'm good at playing. Last year I was injured for three months with my ankle, so I'm now fresh.

"And when you're happy on the ground, you can try a few things. I'm just glad of me."

The Danger Contract expires in June 2020, and its long-term future has often been discussed.

President Chelsea entered Lille in June 2012 and admitted he was not sure whether he would sign an extension to Stamford Bridge or seek a "dream" move to Real Madrid.

For the moment, the thoughts of the future are waiting.

"In the last seven years (sic) with Chelsea, I have always enjoyed myself," added Hazard.

Hazard said he continues to enjoy himself in Chelsea (AP)

"When I'm on the field, I try to give happiness, first for me and then for the fans watching the game.

"We are doing well now and that's why I'm doing well, so I'm happy to play at this moment."

Everton is the ninth, with a point behind Manchester United and the next Cardiff game before the Merseyside derby with Liverpool on December 2nd.

Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford believes that toffees will have confidence in performance and result at Stamford Bridge.

"I think everyone is happy with one point," Pickford said on "This shows that team spirit is quality and our group is working hard.

"We want to progress as a group and get our table to the maximum as we can and start with the team spirit. You can not beat a clean sheet.

"We have new entries this year and we have improved as a team.

"Team quality was good and it is a great challenge for everyone."

Follow Independent Sport on Instagram here for all the best pictures, videos and stories in the sports world.

Source link