Hazard Scores Hat-Trick To Maintain Perfect Start

Hazard Scores Hat-Trick To Maintain Perfect Start

Hazard Scores Hat-Trick To Maintain Perfect Start

Eden Hazard scored a hat-trick as Chelsea continued their flawless start under Maurizio Sarri to move top of the Premier League with a 4-1 win over Cardiff at Stamford Bridge on Saturday (Sept 15).

Terry left Stamford Bridge after 22 years' service in June 2017 for a season-long stint with Aston Villa and rejected a move to Spartak Moscow this week.

Four wins out of four has seen Chelsea emerge as dark horses for the title already and if their talismanic midfielder can stay fit and firing over the next few months they could well knock Man City off their perch come May.

"At the moment I can answer Manchester City or Liverpool", said Sarri about this season's title challengers, via Metro.

"I am trying to make my players remember this number and telling them about my experience in this situation". I told him in the last two days because Eden only arrived two days ago.

"If he wants to help us, I'm very, very happy", Sarri said. After the global [break], I prefer to give the players one day off. So he will be very important for everybody here.


Chelsea's manager Maurizio Sarri talks to the fourth official during their English Premier League soccer match between Chelsea and Cardiff City at Stamford Bridge stadium in London Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018.

Ampadu made headlines with his composed performances at senior level for Wales during the worldwide break, and Sarri said that he hopes to find minutes for the 18-year-old as well as Chelsea's other talented youngsters on the fringes of the first-team squad as the season wears on.

"Fortunately last season the average was the same, 2.40 during the season and 2.45 after the break, but only because after the first season the players understood the difficulty of the match".

"My target is to be the best team in England, but not in one month", said Sarri, who took over from Antonio Conte in the summer.

Speaking in an interview with BBC Sport, Lawrenson said: "Like Liverpool and Watford, Chelsea have got a 100 per cent record from their first four league games and I see that flawless start continuing here. We need to improve and we are able to improve I think, very quick".

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