Chelsea boss Sarri frustrated with Loftus-Cheek injury

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Chelsea's Belgian midfielder Eden Hazard celebrates scoring the opening goal from the penalty spot during the English Premier League football match between Newcastle United and Chelsea at St James' Park in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, north east England on August 26, 2018.

"I have spoken to him and said to him, "For me you can score 40 goals", but you have to spend less energy far from the opposite goal and you have to play in the last 25 metres".

Gianfranco Zola could be seen bowing to Chelsea's hat-trick hero, Eden Hazard, during the 4-1 win against Cardiff on Saturday afternoon. Hazard praised Giroud's ability to hold the ball and link play, saying: "He is a target man and maybe the best in the world".

His best total came in 2014-15 when he scored 19 goals, and he scored 17 times in each of the past two seasons.

The Liverpool forward won the Golden Boot last season and Sarri is backing Hazard to dethrone the Egyptian this campaign.

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"I'm not sure Chelsea will dominate the league enough to create enough chances for Hazard to get 40 goals, because of Liverpool and Manchester City", he told Sky Sports. We knew, especially after the (international) break, it's always very hard to play a good game because you are all a bit exhausted, but at the end we got three points.

'We need another step I think to be at the same level.

"I think Hazard can improve more", Sarri added. We can cope with the problems with the quality in the offensive phase, but not in the defensive phase. We have to improve step by step.

"I think my opinion in this moment, two teams, Liverpool and Manchester City are better than us". In his second coming at the West London club, the Brazilian global has gone from being one of the first names on the team sheet to being a peripheral figure to now becoming a regular once again, all in just two years.

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