Despite winning our third successive game, Chelsea forward Eden Hazard still believes there is room for improvement from his team, the Daily Star reports.
Whilst winning back to back league matches, the Blues kept their first clean sheet in over a month across all competitions.
But when speaking after the game, Saturday night’s match winner, insists that Chelsea should have had the game settled at half-time.
The Daily Star quotes Hazard saying:
“The only problem today is we should score more goals, in the first half we could score three or four.”
The Blues asserted their authority early in the game, keeping possession and creating chances. However, Alvaro Morata’s missed chances along with good saves from former Blues goalkeeper Asmir Begovic kept it goalless after the first half.
Just five minutes into the second half, the Belgian would be Chelsea’s saviour with a well-taken goal.
With the Blues still nine points behind league leaders Manchester City, it’s hard to disagree with Hazard.
Chelsea’s defensive concerns means there’s pressure on our attackers to take their chances in order to win games.
Hazard and his teammates will look to kill the game off early for the away match against Roma on Tuesday.