Victor Moses believes Eden Hazard proved he is one of the best players in the world with two more goals as Chelsea thumped Brighton on Saturday. Hazard opened the scoring at the Amex Stadium in just the third minute - the Belgian's 100th career league goal - before playing a part in Chelsea's sensational second, which saw his back-heeled ball flicked by Michy Batshuayi into the path of Willian, who finished off in style.
Ross Barkley says he is "obsessed" with becoming a world-class midfielder and believes he could achieve that aim at Chelsea. The 24-year-old completed a £15m move from his boyhood club Everton to the Premier League champions a fortnight ago, but hasn't yet featured for the first team because he wasn't registered in time to play against Norwich in the FA Cup third-round replay on Wednesday.
Chelsea are looking to end their goal drought as the champions head to Brighton today. Antonio Conte's Blues are without a win in the last four games, and have not scored in their last three outings. The match is available via Now TV, with a day pass on offer for £6.99. The match will be televised live on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event, with coverage from 11:30am. Sky Sports subscribers can stream the match online via SkyGo and the SkyGo app.
🎙Thanks to @bbcworldservice for having me on the show today to discuss Watford, Chelsea, Arsenal, Sanchez, Mkhitaryan, Aubameyang, Man City and more. Pleasure to work with Clive Allen too! https://t.co/NOgU0ettLZ
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