Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri has backed Gonzalo Higuain, his footballing son, to reproduce his best form at Stamford Bridge. When we have the ball, we have a lot of freedom, not just me but the striker and the right [winger] Willian or Pedro, so we can move a lot.
The manager likes possession! It's natural. It's also useless to talk about going to a Champions League or Europa League club because we at Atalanta would like to qualify.
"Usually we learn from Arrigo Sacchi", Sarri added. We are doing well. "He's a fantastic player", Hazard said.
He said: "After the match against Huddersfield, I was really very happy with the result and performance, but I know now we need consistency. I like this kind of football".
"I'm not at all selfish", he said.
"N'Golo's a clever guy, one of the best in his position, maybe the best in the world".
Higuain toiled on loan at AC Milan in the first half of the season, but the Argentina global previously hit 36 Serie A goals in a season for Sarri's Napoli.
"I think they're so reliant on him that it might be they get that money then you can make a more rounded team rather than they just seem to be waiting on Hazard picking up the ball".