HAZARD REVEALS WHY HE HAD TO DRIBBLE LIVERPOOL PLAYERS A LOT

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Eden Hazard was fouled severally in Chelsea’s 1-1 draw with Liverpool.

The Chelsea star played upfront with Alvaro Morata in a 3-5-2 system, and Hazard made a lot of forward runs with the ball.

Chelsea came back from a goal down to draw the game 1-1 and Hazard has admitted that it was a nice point.

“It is a good point because when you are 1-0 down at Anfield, it is not easy to score. We should have scored more, but one point at Liverpool is satisfying,” he told the Evening Standard.

“We changed the system, Danny Drinkwater was on the pitch and then we were a bit more defensive.

“The only player around me was Alvaro Morata, so if we wanted to win we had to do something together, just me and him.

“That’s why I tried to pass my opponent every time, and in the first half we did well. In the second half it was more complicated but we scored so I am happy.”

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