- Eden Hazard set up Chelsea’s second goal with a delightful back-heel
- Alvaro Morata set up Hazard in similar fashion against West Brom at the weekend
- Hazard’s flick allowed Willian to slot in and make it 2-0 against Qarabag
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Anything Alvaro Morata can do, Eden Hazard can do better – or, at least, just as well.
The Chelsea forward, filling in for Morata up front against Qarabag in tonight’s Champions League game, stole one of the Spaniard’s best tricks as he set up Willian to make it 2-0 on the night.
Morata himself set up Hazard with a clever back-heel against West Brom at the weekend, and the Belgian now showed the same level of both intelligence and flair to pull off a similar trick against Qarabag.
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Chelsea look safe in their game this evening after taking a 2-0 lead against the ten-man minnows, who lost 6-0 to the Blues at Stamford Bridge earlier in the season.
Antonio Conte should be confident of taking all three points tonight, though he need only look at Liverpool’s surrendering of a 3-0 lead yesterday as a reminder that nothing is over until is over.
Of course, Chelsea are up against a far weaker side than Sevilla, but more expansive pieces of football like the Willian goal wouldn’t go amiss for the west Londoners in the second half.