Jokingly, Eden Hazard sends a message to his new teammate Alvaro Morata, advising him to begin scoring with his feet.
The Striker arrived from Real Madrid last summer transfer window for a fee in excess of £70m. Following his arrival in the English top flight, the forward has scored three goals and assisted twice in four games, all with his head.
Hazard, having played more years than the new Premier League striker, thinks Morata needs to begin contributing in goal scoring with his feet although he reserved some praise for the former Real Madrid attacker.
Like you saw, I saw he is a good player, I saw that he scores a lot with his head… now he needs to score with his feet. He is a top player. He can score every time. When he scores, we win the game so I think he is good.
He is in good form, even in the national team he scored three times so I hope that for Chelsea, he can score a lot of goals.
Eden Hazard, Metro
Pundits and analysts alike predicted Morata may struggle in his maiden season in England but has so far put those concerns to bed with his early season good form.