Chelsea defeated Cardiff City 4-1 on Saturday afternoon at Stamford Bridge, and Blues star Eden Hazard was the man of the match, scoring a hatrick as Chelsea came from behind to win the game.
Cardiff boss Neil Warnock admitted after the game that Hazard was a joy to watch and that the Chelsea star is just unplayable.
Speaking to the BBC after the game, Warnock said: “Hazard’s a good player, isn’t he? That’s what you’re going to get when you face the top teams.
“For a neutral it must be a pleasure to watch. He’s unplayable at times.
“They’re a really good side and the better team won on the day. It’s a learning curve, we really have to brush up on things when you come into the top-flight. A couple of fouls went against us and I think we could have had a penalty.
“I’m pleased today – disappointed with the result, obviously – but pleased.”