Published: Sun, April 14, 2019
Culture&Arts | By Dora Pope

Chelsea ace Hazard: We MUST qualify for Champions League

Chelsea ace Hazard: We MUST qualify for Champions League

Between 28th April 2014 and April 2019 Liverpool and Chelsea have played each other 12 times.

This term, Firmino and co have ambitions on two pieces of silverware; Jürgen Klopp's side now lead the Premier League and their European Cup quarter-final against FC Porto 2-0.

Last time the pair met, in a 1-1 draw last September, it was the 58th meeting between the two modern rivals in the 21st century, the most played fixture in English football in the century.

"I didn't feel sorry for him".

Simon Mignolet insists Liverpool's multi-faceted threat this season mean comparisons with the 2014 title stumble at home to Chelsea are pointless.

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I saw Jamie Carragher on Sky Sports suggesting Hazard is the best player now playing in English football the other day and while Mohamed Salah and a few others may have a say in that debate, it's hard to dispute that Chelsea's talisman is the outstanding talent in the Premier League. It's not just about me - the club has to be in the Champions League.

Chelsea's attack has a completely new look from the last game as Callum Hudson-Odoi, who was not part of the matchday squad on Thursday, is reinstated on the right flank in place of Pedro. You go and do your job, you go to win. "In training sessions and games we already know each other perfectly and I hope it can keep going in this way".

Mo Salah was a member of the Chelsea team that day. A lot of the players that started that day were not in the starting XI every week.

Then we saw what he can do as he produced a sensational winning goal in the League Cup game against Liverpool at Anfield earlier this season, with his class shining through in a tie that was evenly balanced heading into the closing stages.

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