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Chelsea Boss Talks Up Return Of Blues Legend

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Adrian Cunningham | 16 September, 2018, 11:28

Hazard, who has scored or assisted in each of Chelsea's four games this season, took over the game shortly before halftime.

The Blues have started the season well, winning all four of their games to date.

Liverpool's Brazilian midfielder Roberto Firmino (C) celebrates after scoring their second goal with Liverpool's English defender Trent Alexander-Arnold (L) and Liverpool's Egyptian midfielder Mohamed Salah during the English Premier League football match between Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool at Wembley Stadium in London, on September 15, 2018.

The Belgian winger was Chelsea's saviour today, scoring a hat-trick to ensure Chelsea's fifth victory from five matches as they came from a goal down to beat Cardiff 4-1. "I think Hazard can improve more".

"Now we have to prove that and do it again and again". The Spaniard is Chelsea's vice-captain, in Cahill's absence, he steps into the role.

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Hazard struck twice in seven first-half minutes to put Chelsea in control at Stamford Bridge after Sol Bamba's volley gave Cardiff the lead, and he converted a penalty 10 minutes from time to make sure of the win before substitute Willian curled in a late fourth.

On paper, this game looks like a straightforward win for Chelsea.

The Citizens lifted the league title last term under Pep Guardiola in a scintillating manner, with Chelsea finishing 5th in the standings. I don't know. I have to speak to him. However, they shouldn't underestimate Cardiff.

Hazard scored his third goal in the 80th minute via a penalty before Brazil global Willian netted the fourth and last goal for the Blues to win the match 4-1.

The hosts almost hit back immediately and in some style as backheels from Pedro Rodriguez and Olivier Giroud sent Mateo Kovavic clear on goal, but the Croatian was denied his first Chelsea goal by a fine save from Neil Etheridge.