Published: Tue, February 05, 2019
Sports | By Brett Lawson

We can beat anyone: Chelsea send out Hazard warning to Manchester City

We can beat anyone: Chelsea send out Hazard warning to Manchester City

The Blues recovered from their humiliating defeat against Bournemouth with a devastating 5-0 win on the weekend over Huddersfield with Sarri saying' Sarri-Ball' is starting to click for the team.

At the start of the season, everyone thought that it would be Arsenal and Chelsea who would be fighting for the fourth spot on the Premier League table.

The Blues also come up against City in the Carabao Cup final near the end of the month and they have to play Manchester United in the FA Cup fifth round too.

EDEN HAZARD believes Chelsea can repeat their surprise trick of beating Manchester City.

"The 2015-16 season was a wonderful one in which I broke the goal-scoring record, which is very important out there [in Italy]".

"Watching Gonzalo Higuain play for Chelsea on Saturday, you could immediately see what Alvaro Morata's problem was", he told The Times. "We can beat everyone if we want".

Hazard said he had benefited from training with Higuain for the past 10 days and backed his new team mate to be a success in England.

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A confident Hazard predicted: 'I think they will have the ball.

"I always say when we lose a game, we need to win the game after and we did well today".

Hazard added: "He's a great striker. If we are able to improve in mentality then it will be easier to arrive in every match with the right level of application, of determination". "He's a bit less of a target man than Giroud, but he can hold the ball, he can play one touches and he's intelligent".

"In the box he's unbelievable".

Huddersfield may have now lost 11 of their last 12 fixtures - the goalless draw with Cardiff the exception - to sit 13 points adrift of Premier League safety, but boss Jan Siewert saw reasons to be cheerful at Stamford Bridge. "He will score more goals".

"We feel we created some good moments, but we have to be much more aggressive and willing to score".

"It was hard but I think the manager wanted us to respond and we did".

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