Hazard goal takes Chelsea through at Liverpool’s expense

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"We haven't seen the best of him yet".

"But I think the game on Saturday is going to be more important because of the win today and in the league they are also incredible".

Elsewhere, West Ham United hammered fourth tier (League Two) Macclesfield Town 8-0 for their biggest win since 1983.

"I am very happy with the performance of Fabregas and Cahill, they played 90 minutes after a long time, but I don't know at the moment if they are ready to play twice in a week for 90 minutes", Sarri said.

Maurizio Sarri has hailed Eden Hazard as a "genius", but the Chelsea manager warned the Belgian star to work with even more intensity if he wants to be the world's best player.

Speaking to the official Liverpool FC website, Mignolet said: "I was pleased to be on the pitch".

Gianfranco Zola couldn't stop gushing about Hazard in the aftermath of the tie, boldly claiming that the Belgian was not only one of the best players in the Premier League, but in the world.

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But Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, who took charge three years ago next month, will now have to wait until at least May to deliver his first trophy since arriving at Anfield as another chance of silverware slipped by with his side's first defeat of the season. It was a hard match on Wednesday and it will be a very hard match tomorrow.

"The formation was good with the new players and we could add them on to our matchday squad because they all played really good".

Chelsea came back into the game in the 79th minute as Emerson Palmieri restored parity for the Blues before Eden Hazard came off the bench to score the winning goal for the Blues in the 86th minute. A lot to give to himself, to the team, to the staff.

'I can decide if I want to stay or go, but Chelsea will make the final decision - if they want me to go. "Not all the time", he told Chelsea TV.

However, this is not the end as coming Saturday will present Liverpool the opportunity to balance the books with Chelsea when the two English giants lock horn in a Premier League fixture.

Liverpool and Chelsea are both unbeaten in the Premier League this season.

"You can see it on the field - we've got new players, people who love possession of the ball", he said. Let us know in the comments section below.

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