Photo: Eden Hazard issues Chelsea rallying cry

The Chelsea playmaker is looking forward to Saturday's Premier League trip to Newcastle United

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Eden Hazard has taken to Instagram to issue a Chelsea rallying cry ahead of the Blues’ trip to Newcastle United on Saturday lunchtime.

Jose Mourinho’s men are looking to keep up their stunning start to the season with a result at St James’ Park this weekend, with the west London club yet to lose a game this term.

Hazard posted a picture of himself celebrating a goal with Didier Drogba and Cesar Azpilicueta on his Instagram account and wrote: “Blue is the color … @didierdrogba @cesarazpi.”

Speaking ahead of Saturday’s clash with the Magpies, Mourinho insisted that winning trophies is far more important than any record.

“I don’t care about records – only victories and points,” said Mourinho. “The record I want is to win the Premier League three times with this club.

“The players don’t know the record. I wouldn’t know – only you tell me 20 times.”

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