- Eden Hazard admits that he needs to take more shots at goal.
- Hazard has scored with six of his last eight shots on target in the Premier League.
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Chelsea winger Eden Hazard has revealed the aspect of his game that he feels he needs to improve on, report the Express.
As Chelsea fans, we spend very little time considering what Hazard could improve on, rather we choose to spend our time enjoying his utter brilliance while we are still lucky enough to have him at Stamford Bridge.
However, if there was one thing you could criticise Hazard on – it’s that he doesn’t score enough.
If the Belgian wants to compete with the Lionel Messi’s and Cristiano Ronaldo’s of the world for coveted individual honours such as the Ballon D’Or, he needs to score more goals.
Hazard acknowledges this himself.
Following our 3-0 victory over West Brom, during which Hazard bagged a brace, the 27-year-old admitted that he needs to take more shots at goal in order to further increase his goals tally.
Hazard is quoted by the Express saying:
“I enjoyed both goals, especially when we win. But sometimes I think on the pitch I don’t shoot enough. Against Watford I did, and I scored, and last night also. I need to practice more, shoot more. But I have confidence at the moment so I hope I can score more goals. I just want to play, I’m happy on the pitch.”
Hazard has found the back of the net with six of the last eight shots he has hit the target with in the Premier League. If he takes more shots at goal, he will score more – so let’s hope he acts on this.