The Belgium international Eden Hazard, who is currently playing for the Premier League giant Chelsea FC since 2012 believes that he needs to be more selfish to reach the level of Messi and [Cristiano] Ronaldo.
The Belgian star was also on the score sheet as Chelsea booked their place in the final of the FA Cup with a 4-2 win over Tottenham on Saturday and has already made 30 top flight appearances for the Premier League leaders this season with scoring 14 goals and assisting five in the process.
And recently speaking after Saturday’s win over Tottenham, Cesc Fabregas hailed him as the second-best player in the world behind only Lionel Messi.
As Fabregas clamid his teammate would be "unstoppable" if he developed more of a killer instinct in front of goal.
And the 26-year-old Belgium attacker Hazard agrees with the Spaniard, telling Sky Sports, "Fabregas is not the only one to say that to me.”
"A lot of people say to me you need to be more selfish, but when I am on the pitch sometimes I prefer to pass the ball.”
"I try game after game to be more selfish.”
“I know it's good for me to score more goals if I want to reach the level of Messi and [Cristiano] Ronaldo. I am working on it." Hazard said.