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Hazard - who has taken up yoga in his time at Chelsea - does not anticipate travelling to Budapest for the team's final Group L fixture next month against Vidi, with qualification already secured and the section likely to have been claimed by then.

Chelsea remain unbeaten under Maurizio Sarri but were unable to find a way past Everton.

Chelsea drew their Premier League encounter with Everton 0-0 meaning they are now four points behind league leaders Manchester City. He showed his quality, was very good on the ball and off the ball as well. "I don't know. I don't think the problem is a physical problem because, in the last two or three matches, the effort was the same." . "I think the next away game (at Vidi in Hungary in December) some players will rest". "Maybe a mental problem." .

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Pressed again on whether he will leave west London in early 2019, Christensen said: "I don't think so".

Liverpool and Manchester City are constantly keeping their pace and to catch their standards, Sarri insists his side will have to aim for big. The referee tries to do his job and I try to do mine. "But I think we are playing very well". It is very hard to stay close to these teams. But I don't know.

"What happens in the future, I will be happy, so that's it".

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"At the moment, we are doing well and that's why I am doing well. In the last three matches, you are right".

"We believe in ourselves as a team with the new manager and if we continue like that [the Chelsea performance] it will be good for the next game". But I'm really very proud about the record.

Since joining Chelsea from Lille in 2012, Hazard has been one of the most frequently fouled players in the Premier League - only Crystal Palace's Wilfried Zaha ranks ahead of him this season and he is feeling the strain.

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Praising Chelsea's style of play under Maurizio Sarri, whose only defeat as boss was in August's Community Shield, Morata added: "It's fun how we play now".

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