Maurizio Sarri backs Eden Hazard to win the Golden Boot

Florence Fletcher
September 18, 2018

Maurizio Sarri believes Eden Hazard can win the Golden Boot, and said he has told the Belgian worldwide that he can score 40 goals this season.

"I think playing maybe, as Chelsea have done before with Costa up front with just two in behind him and Hazard being one of them, I think suits him down to the ground".

Hazard's first two goals came from layoffs by Olivier Giroud.

'I think so, ' Sarri said when asked if he thinks Hazard can score more than Salah, Harry Kane and Sergio Aguero.

Earlier, had reported how Belgium global Eden Hazard scored three goals on Saturday, September 15, as Chelsea defeated visiting Cardiff City 4-1 in a Premier League encounter.

Hazard was the driving force in maintaining Chelsea's flawless start to the season, striking twice before half-time to erase Sol Bamba's shock opener and later adding a third from the penalty spot.

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"So I have to organise better the defensive phase and the players have to understand that".

And the 27-year-old was quick to pay tribute to Frenchman Giroud for serving up his first two goals on a plate on Saturday. We are very ambitious, so every game is very important. So for us he is a pleasure to play with'. "I'm always trying to do more - create more chances, score more goals, and today [I scored] a hat-trick so I will try to do this more".

Olivier Giroud believes that the competition between him and Alvaro Morata will help Chelsea fight for silverware in the coming months.

"So, we have a lot of good players, and at the moment we are in confidence, so we shoot, we score".

"I think when you throw that in the mix, he's one of these that you probably need to keep educating, keep testing him with regards to can you improve him, but also as well make sure you tell him on occasions, we all do as human beings, how well he's doing".

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