Chelsea winger Eden Hazard says he ‘doesn’t care’ what boss Maurizio Sarri says about him,
“I don't care. I just play my football. I just want to do my best for this team,” said Hazard after the Blues beat Tottenham on penalties to reach the Carabao Cup final.
After being beaten by Arsenal, Sarri said: "I prefer him [Hazard] when he speaks with his feet. The potential is higher than the performances, I think. He has to respect, first of all, himself."
Sarri praised Hazard after the win over Spurs.
"I didn't attack my players. I said only that we had a problem. The problem was the motivation. We reacted very well in this match. Now we have to show continuity,” said the Italian coach.
"Hazard was very good, especially for 60-65 minutes. Wonderful. I was very happy with the performance of the team. We reacted very well. The players had a very good level of determination so I was very happy with the level of performance. I think that in 180 minutes in the two matches we deserved to go to the final."