Eden Hazard Claims That Addition Of Team Mate During The Liverpool Match Brought Negativity To The Game


Chelsea came out of Anfield with a single point last weekend after they drew the game 1-1 While most people believe that the result was a fair one but Chelsea winger Eden Hazard has a different view to it.

Eden Hazard’s comment suggests that the Belgian was a bit disappointed with one of the substitutions that Conte made and felt that if it was not for him or Morata then the Blues might not even have got the draw.

The Italian manager introduced summer signing Danny Drinkwater into the mix during the second half and Hazard felt that the introduction of the former Leicester man brought in a bit of negativity to their play and they went more defensive. He also claimed that the substitution meant that the team’s attacking options became even more limited and it was up to him and Morata to score the equaliser.

While no one can question the talent that Drinkwater brought to the midfield against Liverpool but Eden Hazard surely feels that Conte should have pushed more men forward rather than try and solidify his midfield – especially when they were losing 1-0.

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