Zola expecting more from Hazard

By Daily Sports on September 22, 2018

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Eden Hazard is “still not at his best”, according to Gianfranco Zola, with Chelsea convinced that there is even more to come from a player enjoying a stunning run of form.

The Belgium international was eased into the 2018-19 campaign by new Blues boss Maurizio Sarri on the back of a hectic World Cup summer with his country.

Blues legend Zola told Chelsea TV: “Eden is a fantastic player and is getting to have more maturity when he plays so the results are mainly due to his qualities.

“Of course he’s the type of player that it can benefit him a lot because you have a lot of the ball, close to the opposition’s goal and in these conditions Eden can take a big advantage.

“I think he’s still not at his best. The more he plays in and understands the system, he’s going to be even more effective.”

•Adapted from a goal.com report. Photo shows Chelsea assistant coach, Gianfranco Zola

Source Daily Sports

Posted September 22, 2018


 

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