Eden Hazard admits his Chelsea FC ‘frustration’

Eden Hazard admits his frustration about how Chelsea FC have been performing in recent weeks

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
Eden Hazard
Chelsea FC playmaker Eden Hazard Photo: Nike

Eden Hazard has admitted his frustration with how Chelsea FC have been performing in recent weeks.

The Blues have struggled to produce consistent form since the turn of the year after having won the Premier League title in style last season.

Chelsea FC are currently in fifth place and on course to miss out on Champions League qualification for next season.

The west London side are in fifth and five points behind Tottenham with four games left to play this season, leaving their hopes of qualifying for the Champions League next term in serious doubt.

It has been a frustrating 2018 so far for Chelsea FC fans, and their form has left serious doubts about Antonio Conte’s future at the club.

And 27-year-old playmaker Hazard, who joined Chelsea FC from French side Lille back in 2012, has conceded that the Blues’ form this term has not been good enough.

Hazard is quoted as saying by Metro: “I am frustrated with the results.

“I think we have played a lot of good games this season, but I’m not happy with how I have played overall.

“Now, I try to look forward and I will give everything in the next weeks. We will see.”

Chelsea FC will return to Premier League action next weekend when they travel to Swansea City in the top flight.

The Blues were knocked out of the Champions League by FC Barcelona earlier this month in the last 16 stage.

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