For one thing, it's at Stamford Bridge, and the powerful home crowd that backed their boys to the win once they had got level won't be there to help our opposition.
The Italian worldwide was substituted with 18 minutes left to play and was greeted with cheers at Stamford Bridge by fans who do not seem to like him.
Maurizio Sarri says Wolves were not 'organised' during 1-1 draw vs Chelsea
"For many years, [people] were not happy because Chelsea were winning without playing very good football and now Chelsea is playing very good football and sometimes we don't win so people are not happy".
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However, Hazard stepped up with a last-gasp equaliser to rescue a point for his side, and believes such an escape shows the determination levels in the Chelsea camp has changed. We need to improve in this kind of situation. "We must move the ball faster". In the last 20 minutes, Jorginho is not suitable for 4-2-3-1, so it was only a outcome of the change of the system.
"Hazard is a great player, he can solve this situation, but during the match was like the other players".
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Asked why he chose to switch his tactics, Sarri replied: "Because, for the first time, we were playing against a team who didn't want to play".
Assessing the Blues performance, goalscorer Hazard thought that his side didn't move the ball quick enough to threaten their opponents, while also highlighting their recent improvement. "They didn't counter-attack in the last 30 minutes so we had to try".
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But he admitted: "We made a lot of mistakes but we deserved to win".