Chelsea hero Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has said forward Eden Hazard needs more assistance if the Blues are to win a trophy in Maurizio Sarri’s first campaign.
The Belgium international attacker has made a brilliant start to the English Premier League season following the appointment of Maurizio Sarri as a replacement to Antonio Conte.
Eden Hazard netted seven goals in eight matches in the League before the Chelsea forward sustained an injury during a 2-all draw with rivals Manchester United in October.
The 27-year-old forward started his first match since his injury recovery in a goalless draw with Merseyside club Everton in the last round of English Premier League matches before the international break this month.
Eden Hazard has lifted two English Premier League honors since his switch to Stamford Bridge in a lucrative transfer deal from French Ligue 1 club Lille in 2012.
However, the Belgium international attacker has struggled for consistency all through successive years, tending to lose form after title-winning years.
Chelsea suffered a 3-1 defeat to North London side Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley Stadium on Saturday to fall seven points off league leaders Manchester City leaving them outright Premier League betting available via https://mobybets.com/bet9ja-mobile/
Ex Chelsea striker Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink believes the Belgian needs his other colleagues at Chelsea to step up their game if Chelsea are going to favorably challenge for honor in the current season.
The West London club Chelsea finished in fifth position in the English Premier League log last season to miss out on a spot in the UEFA Champions League for the second period in three campaigns.
Maurizio Sarri signed from Real Madrid Mateo Kovacic, Italian Jorginho, Spaniard Kepa Arrizabalaga and Rob Green in the 2018 summer window.