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Eden Hazard has revealed that he isn’t concerned about his displays for Chelsea and has prioritised team performances over individual success.
Hazard, who has been linked with moves to Real Madrid and Manchester City has struggled for form in the last few weeks.
When speaking to Sky Sports, the Belgian insisted that he doesn’t take statistics seriously as long as his team are winning games.
The 27-year-old has contributed 15 goals and 10 assists for the Blues in what’s been a turbulent season for the club.
Hazard is quoted by Sky Sports saying:
“It’s better for me to play very bad and at the end of the game we win 1-0. I don’t like stats, I play for a long time, so I am on the pitch to enjoy.”
Chelsea head to Southampton in the Saturday lunchtime kick-off with the home side 18th in the Premier League.
Hazard will be crucial for Chelsea to have any chance of finishing in the top four and in the process qualifying for the Champions League next season.