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After Losing To Chelsea, Everton Boss Have This To Say About Chelsea Star



Ronald Koeman

This season is approaching it end in the premier league with just four matches left to play. Chelsea still sit at the top of the premier league table after successfully beating Everton at Goodison Park 3-0 on Sunday, to remain favourites to lift the trophy.

Apart from Tottenham thrashing Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal 2-0 at White Hart Lane, one of the games played at the weekend which remains on many people’s lips at the dawn of this new week is the clash of the blues at Goodison Park.

And Everton boss Ronald Koeman, making comments about the game, heaped praises on one of his players for keeping Chelsea’s Belgium international Eden Hazard quiet during the game.

The Belgian star was not too effective during the encounter against the Toffees, and it was Everton player Idrissa Gueye who worked very hard to control the Chelsea starman – and he impressed Ronald.

The Toffees manager, hailing his midfielder, noted that Gueye played a fantastic game and Eden Hazard was not able to be at his best because the Belgian was man-marked by Gueye.

However, despite achieving success keeping Eden out of the game, Everton couldn’t achieve success stopping Chelsea from scoring three times and collecting all three points.

Former Barcelona player Pedro Rodriguez scored a stunner in the 66th minute, before the second goal from Gary Cahill, and Samba star Willian, made it three with few minutes left to go.