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Ziyech wants to take a bigger step by learning from world-class Hazard

Tue 01 December 2020 | 18:21

Despite an outstanding start to his Chelsea career, Ziyech still thinks he can learn a lot from Chelsea’s great, Eden Hazard.

Although the Morrocan missed the start of the season as well as

Chelsea’s

pre-season, he proved to be a bargain for the Blues providing three assists and a goal in his 6 Premier League appearances. His link-up plays with full-back

Reece James

is among other impressive things about the playmaker as the pair has played limited time on the pitch together.

Ziyech is seemingly looking to take further inspiration from Eden Hazard, who before living for Real Madrid was by far Chelsea’s best player.

“Eden is a world-class player and you always take inspiration off how he is playing the game. You always look at the small things and how he’s doing stuff. I still can learn a lot from him.

“So far I’m happy. I feel good and I feel home, so those things are the most important things to how you perform on the pitch.  

“I always know what I’m capable of doing and I always trust in myself. I am calm in my head and know the other things are coming.

“That’s always why you want to take a bigger step, to challenge yourself with better players around you. I think that’s good for every player.”

Eden Hazard’s been struggling since joining the Madrid side, largely because of his numerous injuries.


source: SportMob