The Italian professional football manager and former player Antonio Conte, who is currently managing the Premier League giant was very impressed with Chelsea’s winger Eden Hazard following Chelsea's 3-1 win over Arsenal at Stamford Bridge on Saturday and also believes that when they are able to work together in this way it is simple to win.
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The 26-year-old forward Eden Hazard, who has already scored more than 51 goals in his 161 appearances for Chelsea was named the league's best player by the Professional Footballers' Association and Football Writers' Association when the Blues won the title two years ago and currently is in very good form as the Belgium international has recaptured some of his most spectacular form this season.
And most importantly the Belgium international Hazard has scored a stunning goal for Chelsea on Saturday against the Premier League giant Arsenal as Hazard ran with the ball from the halfway line in the build up to Chelsea's second goal against the Gunners, beating a number of players in the process.
He showcased his world class ability on a huge stage, and finished the move with a delicate chip over the head of former Blues shot-stopper Petr Cech.
But it wasn't just his stunning goal on 53 minutes that caught the Italian's eye, as he reveals to the press in an interview.
As after the game against Arsenal, when Conte was asked whether the goal was one of the best he had seen in a while.
Conte replied, "Yeah, he scored a great goal but I think today he showed a great performance, a great shape, because if you haven't got shape it is very difficult to score this type of goal.”
"We all know he is a talent, we all know his strengths, he is a really, really talented player, a great man also.”
"But today I am pleased with his work without the ball, defensively, because he played with great attention, great concentration.”
"And I think when we are able to work together in this way it is simple to win."