Conte warns Hazard over cheeky penalty attempts


Asensio being one of the best young players in the world believes that at this stage in his career, he needs to be a regular starter, a status which he is unlikely to enjoy anytime soon at Madrid.

Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte hope that Chelsea will tie superstars Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois to new deals to stay at Stamford Bridge before the season is out.

Alvaro Morata also netted his ninth goal in 14 Premier League appearances but it was Hazard who was voted man of the match, and afterwards Conte was asked how he would advise England manager Gareth Southgate to go about stopping Chelsea's star man in Russian Federation next summer. "They are great players who have a lot of space for improvement and it will be great to keep them", he told reporters.

But we have to play a good game for our confidence, to improve our confidence.

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And also Eden. But I think the club knows very well the importance of these two players and I think they are very happy to play for this club.

"Otherwise I think stay there with the other teams".

Chelsea ace, Eden Hazard says playing the penalty as a panenka was not at all planned and purely down to instincts. "A three man midfield allows me to go higher up the pitch". "The important thing for me is to score and it happened and I am happy for this. I'd be lying if I said it didn't, but it's a great penalty", he said. "In that moment you are at the top otherwise you are a great player, but only a great player". "He has more experience and I think he can make the difference in any game".