- Eden Hazard showed his frustrations in the 1-0 defeat to Manchester City
- Hazard played upfront on his own, spending the majority of the match isolated
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It’s natural for players to show their discontent on a football pitch when things aren’t going according to plan.
Not only was the 1-0 loss to Manchester City deflating for Eden Hazard and Chelsea, it released the anger in which the Belgian had locked up inside.
Even when Antonio Conte’s side received the ball, there was a clear lack of creative and tactical spark in attack.
This is certainly the manager’s doing but even players like Pedro couldn’t do the basics like passing to a teammate, in many instances it was Hazard who suffered.
This is not fair pic.twitter.com/SOfXMxZ4E0
— Hazard Stuff (@HazardStuff_) March 5, 2018
Never seen a player more frustrated than him. This our heartbreaking to watch. Conte has lost the plot. pic.twitter.com/YqkYFYdiBu
— ᴱᴰᴱᴺ (@DareToEden) March 4, 2018
It’s heartbreaking to see the qualities that our star player possesses being put to better use. That’s not Hazard’s fault, individually he didn’t play that badly against the league leaders.
With the temptation in joining players like Cristiano Ronaldo and Luka Modric at Real Madrid, it’s no wonder that the 27-year-old doesn’t seem entirely happy with life at Chelsea.