According to Antonio Conte, Eden Hazard has not reached the highest stature of his career.
After being rested for most of the game against Swansea in the middle of the week, Eden Hazard returned to the Chelsea squad for a Newcastle encounter in the 15th Premier League and immediately left the mark. Not only contributed greatly to the play of the Blues, the Belgian player also gave himself a double in the team’s 3-1 victory.
Coach Antonio Conte in a recent statement in addition to urging Hazard to extend the contract with Chelsea also revealed that 26-year-old student has not yet reached the peak of his career. “I would be very happy if he signed a new contract, it was a great player, plenty of time to improve and it was great to continue to offer to Chelsea.” Conte told reporters.
“But I do not think Hazard is at the top of his career. I think he can go even further. It is important that he try his best to improve himself and then get what he wants. You only reached the top spot when you won the Yellow Ball for the first time, when you won the Champions League or when you won the World Cup. Then you are a great player. ”
Chelsea team-mate Victor Moses has also given Eden Hazard a good word. “He’s playing his football,” said the penalty-taker Hazard made to Newcastle. “Hazard is giving a lot of great things. He is also struggling in rehearsals. ”
“Sometimes, just give the ball to Hazard and he will immediately overtake the opponent. It’s a world-class player and top of the line. How will you stop him? That is a big problem. “