Hazard vows to win Champions League with Chelsea

Jonathan Hernandez
September 13, 2017

Chelsea won the Premier League last season without any European distractions - thanks to their 10th placed finish the season before.

Eden Hazard, the PFA Player of the Year in 2014-15, was in action today after missing the entire summer and early season due to a broken ankle.

"To win a competition, you need to work very hard, to improve over years and to grow step by step and to arrive to be like Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Juventus are the same now".

N'Golo Kante's importance in any team can not be taken for granted as his contribution helped Leicester and Chelsea win the league titles.

Conte had created a potent mix by adding Argentine forward Carlos Tevez and Spanish striker Fernando Llorente to a team bolstered by the emergence of Paul Pogba. Don't forget at the start of last season, not one person thought that Chelsea could win the league.

"You must pay great attention and this type of game I like to call this game a "tricky" game".

Qarabag, who are seeking a fifth successive Azerbaijan league title, began their Champions League campaign in mid-July in the second qualifying round.

New signing Danny Drinkwater has been ruled out after injuring his calf in training on Sunday.

'For sure in the Champions League we are starting a path, ' he said. "You have a tough league, the Champions League, the FA Cup and Carabao Cup".

"But we have played well in each of those games".

Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard says "now is the time" to win the Champions League, one of the only trophies he has not lifted as a professional footballer. I was just happy to be there, to be back.

Conte's best was to lead Juve into the last eight.

"We all know very well the importance of this player for us".

"If I have to choose between the two, [Champions and Premier League] it would be the Champions League", Bakayoko said.

"In this league there are six, seven teams ready to not only fight for the title but for a place in the Champions League and Europa League".

When asked, Atkins was adamant such chants must stop and said the club were willing to take the highest forms of punishment against fans such as bans and criminal prosecution.

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