Hazard warns rivals: Chelsea can win Premier League

Both players registered just 11 touches in the box

Both players registered just 11 touches in the box

Eden Hazard has revealed that although Chelsea have gone under the radar a little when people have been discussing who will win the Premier League this season, he very much believes that the Blues can challenge for the title. So we will see at the end, but we want to be at the top.

The Blues finished fifth last term - 30 points behind champions City - but have made a strong start to the current campaign, winning four straight games.

'We can improve [on the Bournemouth game], of course. They [Chelsea's title rivals] can drop points, we can win points.

A hard-fought 2-0 win against Bournemouth on Saturday ensured that Maurizio Sarri's men head into the worldwide break level on points with Watford FC and Liverpool FC at the top of the table.

"As soon as we got that equaliser it gave everyone a lift and the real belief that not only could we draw the game, but that we could go on and win it".

'I think we can move the ball quicker - in the first we were a bit slower. We can rest a bit some players.

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Watford supporters are on cloud nine at the moment following their ideal start to the season after Javi Gracia's side managed to win four games out of four.

The match is shaping up to be an enthralling encounter given Chelsea's new attacking license under Maurizio Sarri.

"I think there are a couple of mistakes before then", the left-back said when asked about Alisson's error at the King Power Stadium.

"But if we have more of the ball then we can be more unsafe in the box and we can score more goals".

"Against [for example] Man City, I know it will be hard", answered Hazard, when asked about the style of football.

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