Eden Hazard makes admission about his Chelsea FC form

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Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has explained that Belgium global Eden Hazard is the best player in the Premier League after scoring against his former club in the Carabao Cup.

Liverpool rescued a point thanks to Daniel Sturridge's stunning 89th-minute strike, after Eden Hazard had put the home side ahead in the first half.

While Hazard's slide was on display on Wednesday, after the Belgium global scored a superb solo goal against Liverpool in the EFL Cup, the 27-year old is ready to give up the move.

"Hazard brings something the others do not - dribbling ability, running at pace, beating several men from deep before delivering a spectacular finish, " he said according to Mirror UK.

Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright has identified the space behind defenders Marcos Alonso and David Luiz as Liverpool's best area to exploit in the Premier League clash with Chelsea on Saturday.

It may just be September, and there are about eight months to go in the season, but we may already have the Premier League goal of the season.

Sarri took over at Chelsea during the summer after Antonio Conte's time at Stamford Bridge came to an end.

"I think at the end of the season we can have four or five players over 10 goals".

"I am disappointed because they scored in the last minutes", Sarri added.

"Our defence have been really good also and they have had a lot of clean sheets so far this season, and they will be upset they haven't got one today but I think all in all it's probably a fair result". "The match was wonderful". The England forward is now the top scorer at the John Smith's Stadium in the Premier League with four goals in two appearances - more than any Huddersfield players. It's a team game, and I just do my best with however many minutes I get. "But I think Pedro, Willian, Morata will be able to score more than 10 goals in the season".

This was Sturridge's third goal in three games, and it is becoming increasingly hard for Jurgen Klopp not to start him.