The Brazil star hit both posts before finally getting on the scoresheet in a virtuoso performance during Tuesday night’s 1-1 draw with Barcelona. He now has three goals in his last two games ahead of Sunday’s trip to Old Trafford - but has never scored a hat-trick for the Blues. Willian said: “It’s coming, it’s coming! I’m always ready to score goals. I think the hat-trick is coming soon. I just have to continue to do my job on the pitch.
Antonio Conte chose to play the Belgium star up front in Tuesday night’s 1-1 draw against Barcelona with Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud on the bench. But Hazard, who reverted to his favourite position when Morata came on late in the game, was anonymous for long spells. And he is clearly hoping Conte sees sense and changes his system for the return leg in the Nou Camp on March 14. Hazard said: “In games like this against a quality opposition, it’s difficult. You don’t get a lot of balls.
Chelsea had defended brilliantly but with 15 minutes to go and leading 1-0 Andreas Christensen played a crazy pass across his penalty area and Barcelona punished them. Andres Iniesta seized on the error beating Cesar Azpilicueta to the loose ball and squared it for Lionel Messi to fire past the exposed Thibaut Courtois. It was the Argentine’s first goal against Chelsea in nine games. Up to then it was a case of never mind the magic of Messi, hail the wonder of Willian.
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