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Eden Hazard spent seven years as a Chelsea player, and the Belgian scored 110 goals for the Blues, including some very important goals, and a lot of his goals were brilliant.
You might be thinking that Hazard will find it hard choosing his best goals for Chelsea, but the 28-year-old has pointed to the goal he scored against Tottenham as one of his favourites.
He narrowed the options down to three of his strikes when asked about his favourite goal in a Blues shirt, and they are goals that many Chelsea fans will love to remember.
Hazard’s equaliser to make it 2-2 at Stamford Bridge against Tottenham in a game themed Battle of the Bridge in May 2016 was the goal that meant that their London rivals could not catch Leicester City in the race for the Premier League title.
“With Chelsea against Tottenham, at home when Leicester won the league,” he said when asked about his favourite goal by Jay Shetty.
“Against Liverpool away, against Arsenal at home. Yeah, I have a few good goals, but wait the best is coming.”
The 28-year-old left for Real Madrid in a £130m deal this summer, and he has revealed why.
Speaking to Jay Shetty for aLifeofMagicMoments YouTube channel, Hazard said: “When you play for Madrid you have to win every year.
“If in a year you do not win the Champions League, the fans are angry but it’s normal at a club like this. You need to win and that’s why I’m here.
“What can I contribute? I went to Chelsea seven years ago as a baby but I am more mature now – I have played more than 500 games, but I am 28 years old and I still feel young.
“La Liga is completely different from the Premier League but, with experience, you adapt quickly. I think that experience is the most important thing.”