Chelsea 3-0 West Bromwich Albion: 5 Talking Points
Chelsea managed to end their losing streak with a convincing victory over West Bromwich Albion
Chelsea managed to end their losing streak with a comfortable 3-0 win over West Bromwich Albion. The Blues went into the game low on confidence but the Baggies could not take advantage despite having a good start.
Eden Hazard and Olivier Giroud linked up well for the first goal in the 25th minute and from then on, it was one-way traffic. Victor Moses slotted home a second in the 63rd minute before Hazard stunned Foster again with a left-footed strike into the near post in the 71st minute.
On that note, here are the 5 talking points from the game:
#5 Hazard steps up, yet again
Eden Hazard made it clear to the world why he's the best Belgian footballer award winner for 2017. The 27-year-old ran the show last night for Chelsea and made sure that all the other players stepped up as well.
He was going past all the West Brom players with ease and had only one thing on his mind: the three points. He was everywhere last night and was ready to receive the ball all the time.
Chelsea need to sort out the contract situation with him as soon as possible. It should be the club's top priority this summer and they should do anything in their power to keep him at the club and away from the jaws of Real Madrid.