Saturday afternoon was an awesome day standing specifically in the favour of the Chelsea football club. Chelsea gloriously secured a 4-0 victory against Brighton without their star player Morata and have left fans in so much joy.
Regarding the victory, Eden Hazard, Chelsea’s star forward player was filled with joy and had no other option than to praise Michy Batshuayi who dedicated and contributed heavily to the victory of the game.
Antonio Conte handed Batshuayi a rare start in the Premier League at the Falmer Stadium, with Alvaro Morata suspended after he was sent off during Chelsea’s FA Cup clash with Norwich in midweek.
Michy Batshuayi did not score a goal in the whole match but Hazard had chances and scored two goals and still stands out to praise Batshuayi says he devoted his best in the game.
Speaking with Sky Sport, Hazard said: ‘We started the game very well. The combination between Michy, Willian and me and the midfield was brilliant we need more like this week after week.
‘But then after the first-half, we had a problem. Willy made some saves today. When you score early then you think the game is really over, but it is not. ‘At the end of the game we won by 4-0, that’s good.
Hazard reached a personal milestone of 100 career goals in the English top flight with his opener at Brighton. “t’s my job to score,’ he explained after the victory.”