Hazard joins Lampard and Drogba in Chelsea objective club
The Belgian grabbed a point for the Blues against Wolves, with his emotional strike seeing him achieve 50 in the Premier League at Stamford Bridge
Eden Hazard has hit 50 Premier League objectives for Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, enabling him to join Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba in a selective club.
The Belgian left it late on his latest trip to achieve that eminent milestone.
With Maurizio Sarri’s side trailing Wolves heading into the end phases of a best flight apparatus in west London, they required motivation from some place.
Hazard has frequently been the source they swing to in snapshots of need, and he didn’t frustrate on Sunday.
The 28-year-old gathered the ball 20 yards from objective with time running out.
He moved on his right side and found the space required to penetrate a twisting exertion into the base corner.
His exertion rescued a point for Chelsea in a 1-1 draw and saw him join two Blues legends on a ritzy rundown of those to have recorded 50 years of Premier League strikes on home soil.
Hazard’s first objective for Chelsea returned at Stamford Bridge in his presentation crusade of 2012-13, when his record was opened in a gathering with Newcastle.
He has been a normal wellspring of critical strikes from that point forward.
Altogether, Hazard has discovered the objective on 105 events for the Blues. Of that pull, 82 have come in the Premier League.
He obviously supports trips before home help, given that 50 of his endeavors have been recorded in west London.
Hazard’s latest strike implies that he has 13 in the English best flight this season – abandoning him three shy of an individual best for Chelsea.
He is a similar number far from coordinating his past high over all rivalries for the Blues, which returned the 2014-15 battle which saw him named PFA Player of the Year.
Sarri will trust that there is something else entirely to originate from a star turn over the coming weeks.