Estimated Reading Time: <1
Ahead of Chelsea’s UEFA Champions League last 16 encounter with Paris Saint Germain which comes up on Tuesday, Eden Hazard has spoken of the expectations his manager, Jose Mourinho has of him. The Belgian recently signed a new contract with the club and has made it clear that the manager wants him to score more goals than he does already.
The mirror quotes Hazard as saying:
“Jose Mourinho would like for me to score more,”
“Us forwards need to score and to pass. But I think I compensate for that given how many chances I create.
“I’m fouled a lot, there are a lot of free-kicks and penalties that I win. But he’d like me to score more, like those great players [Messi and Ronaldo] who score two or three times each game.
“What strikes me the most is that Mourinho leaves us to it. He doesn’t put much pressure on us, he takes it on him and he lets us play.
“Obviously when we don’t win he’s not happy and you can see it during the week in training, but he doesn’t do our heads in saying ‘No, do this, do that’ every second.
“He lets us express ourselves on the pitch, he observes and from time to time he sees that we need a little push, so he says something honestly, whether it’s good or not good.
“Everyone respects him, he’s won everything and he still wants to win.”
Chelsea is currently top of the Premier League table and are also through to the Capital One Cup finals which is slated for the 1st of March, 2015.
- Police confirms 317 schoolgirls were abducted in Zamfara school
- Just in: Osinbajo tells CBN to regulate, not ban cryptocurrency
- Police in Rivers State dissolve the ‘Eagle Crack Squad’ unit of the force
- Jangebe Abductions: The terrorists attacked the soldiers in the community before they entered the school- Teacher reveals
- Muslims in Kwara public schools can now wear Hijabs – Kwara State government
- UPDATE: We don’t know the number of schoolgirls kidnapped – Zamfara Government
- Nurses and Midwives in Ondo plan strike
- Breaking: Terrorists abduct 300 schoolgirls in Zamfara
- SSANU suspends 3 weeks strike
- Twitter announces feature that lets you charge for tweets