Amidst growing speculations that Chelsea forward, Eden Hazard could be gone by the end of this campaign, Chelsea manager, Maurizio Sarri has taken out time to reveal Eden Hazard’s weakness.
According to the Italian, the Belgium international doesn’t know the importance of scoring goals and creating goal assists.
Maurizio Sarri in previous post matches statements had urged the Belgian striker to set his goal targets for the current campaign at 40, which will surpass any of his past records if it becomes a reality.
Hazard, 27, is well known for his good dribbling skills but has not been all that effective in terms of scoring goals.
According to Sarri, Hazard could have done better scoring goals but the player’s main aim is to have fun on the pitch, which is restricting him.
Sarri in a statement disclosed that Eden Hazard ‘is immense and I don’t think even he knows how much he can still improve.’
The Italian made it known that the Blues forward can be one of the best three in the world if he stops seeing football as fun on every occasion.
Sarri said Hazard at times ‘doesn’t realize the importance of moving from fun to reaping the rewards.’
The coach finally added that the Blues forward needs to work for the good of the team and not for his personal glory.