Eden Hazard wants to become Chelsea legend

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Eden Hazard announced his intention to become a Chelsea legend, overcoming the mark of 100 goals for the club in the match against Watford.

Hazard had to play the ‘false nine’ again, and Eden coped with that role brilliantly in the away match at Vicarage Road, scoring a goal in each half of the game. Before the break, the Belgian finished the counterattack, and after that he earned and converted a penalty 1:2.

These goals became the 100th and 101st for 27-year-old Hazard for the club from Stamford Bridge. Eden wants to develop this success now, backed by his legendary status.

The Belgian scored 12 goals and gave 9 assists in 22 games in the current season.

(Reporting by Dan McGlush, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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