Five Things We Learned From The Premier League

Jo Caldwell
September 21, 2018

Both Chelsea and Liverpool maintained their flawless starts to the English top-flight season with wins over Cardiff and Tottenham respectively, while West Ham climbed off the bottom of the table with a 3-1 success away to Everton that gave them a first league victory under manager Manuel Pellegrini.

Hazard returned late from the World Cup but has hit the ground running with five goals in five games.

Eden Hazard is set to stay at home as Maurizio Sarri prepares for Chelsea's Europa League campaign.

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Yet this term he has already notched five goals in as many games - most recently netting a hat-trick in the Blues' 4-1 thrashing of Cardiff in the Premier League. My mind was always to play at Chelsea, now with Sarri we have a different way to play. Now it is hard because in the first part of the season it is important to play with possibly the same players, just to have a solid team, but I have to change four or five players. "For Odoi in his position in the last match played Pedro and Hazard". But I want to clarify I feel I am more of a field manager, a pitch manager than a general manager.

The 24-year old was outstanding in Saturday's 3-0 win over Fulham, showcasing his superb control, passing and vision and prompting praise from Guardiola who says the player's slight build doesn't reduce his effectiveness in the middle. "I think if Hazard gets injured, they really are overly reliant on him", Barnes said on BeIN Sports, "If he drops form and he doesn't score, he's not an out and out scorer".

"I do think he's capable of [of scoring 40 goals]", Minto told Love Sport Radio.

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Pellegrini said: 'The doctor can say more about it than me but he has a screw in his ankle, from the last surgery he had some years ago, maybe it made some movements so they had to take it and out and we will see how many weeks he is out for'. "Can I do that?' No, he's too strong".

They lost the sixth game that season 1-0 at Manchester City and this weekend's trip to West Ham is far from a certainty.

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