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Rex Christensen
September 20, 2018

Liverpool fans might not agree fully with Jamie Carragher after he said that Eden Hazard is better than Mohamed Salah and Kevin De Bruyne.

Sarri said to The Telegraph: "Eden Hazard told me that after the national team and after the match against Cardiff he was a little bit exhausted so I thought it was better to stay in Cobham, to have training and to rest". Hazard was unplayable, and Cardiff couldn't get near the Belgian. At the moment, you have to look at it as them four depending on how well Chelsea grasp what Sarri's doing with Sarri-ball.

The team also held Spurs to a goalless draw in the home match and have previously beaten Premier League opposition in the shape of Arsenal during the 1997-98 UEFA Cup. He was equally excellent against France in the semi-finals.

The Serbian, who has five goals in eight matches this season, picked up a hamstring problem during a training session last week, and missed his team's 3-1 win over OFI Crete in the Greek Super League on Saturday.

According to Carragher, not only was Hazard the best player at the World Cup in Russian Federation, but he is also the best player in the English top flight.

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"I think Hazard is the best player in the Premier League", he said on Sky Sports.

"In the first part of the season it's very important to play possibly with the same players".

The 31-year-old has only been outscored by Belgium global Eden Hazard, who has netted five goals in five outings.

And, while the likes of Pedro Obiang, Declan Rice and Marko Arnautovic were in superb form for the Hammers, Andriy Yarmolenko was arguably the best player on the pitch. I think he should have won player of the tournament. Can I wind him up? "No, he's too strong".

Former Liverpool and Real Madrid striker, Michael Owen has predicted the club that will win the 2018/19 UEFA Champions League trophy.

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