Published: Fri, February 24, 2017
Sport | By Cecil Buchanan

Eden Hazard challenges Chelsea forward during training ahead of Swansea clash

Eden Hazard challenges Chelsea forward during training ahead of Swansea clash

Eden Hazard is so confident in Chelsea's form this season that he believes opposing teams accept defeat before they even step onto the pitch.

Under his guidance, the Blues presently find themselves eight points clear at the top of the Premier League table; the London outfit have also managed to reach the quarter-finals of the FA Cup, where they will face Manchester United. Mourinho's sides are rarely humbled twice by the same opponent, and much has changed in the five months between that result and this game on the weekend of March 11.

The Spaniard has been out of favour at the Bernabeú this season, and once again hinted he could be off this summer at the weekend when he played his first full 90 minutes since the 29th of October.

"It is common to have scepticism over a foreign coach in a league, but he has won over it".

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"I remember against Tottenham earlier in the season when they scored, but the supporters kept going, they kept singing".

Antonio Conte is bound to shuffle things around a bit in his second summer in charge of Chelsea, and with Champions League football returning to Stamford Bridge added to Roman Abramovich's backing, he could attract some very talented players.

We have a long ways to go to match that, but we're off to good start under Conte. We can't say all 19 because we have already lost to Liverpool, but we have to win 16 to 17 because it's our place.

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