Cardiff City visits Chelsea at the Bridge this weekend as the Premier league returns and Cardiff manager Neil Warnock have expressed his disappointment of having to prepare for Eden Hazard and Willian.
The Premier league rookies who are yet to win a single game in the current league season visit Stamford Bridge on Saturday hoping to grind something out.
Chelsea seems transformed since the arrival of Maurizio Sarri in the summer as the club sits joint top with league leaders Liverpool, despite a lot of summer speculations about departures of key players. The former Napoli tactician was able to convince key players such as Eden Hazard and Willian to remain at the club amidst interest from Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Neil Warnock in his media conference with Evening Standard said: “I was hoping Barcelona bought Willian and Hazard Real Madrid in the summer”. “They are such great players. Hazard? People try and kick him but he just loves it, he wants to play. I love his attitude”. “I can understand why Chelsea didn’t let him go. He’s a massive part of what they’re trying to do”. “How do you stop him? Goodness knows. I was hoping Iceland were going to take the chunks out of him when he played for Belgium the other night”.
Eden Hazard have already contributed four goals in the current season with 2 goals and 2 assist in the current season. He is expected to impress this weekend when Cardiff visit the Bridge.