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Individual brilliance from Eden Hazard hands Chelsea 2-0 win over West Ham

Eden Hazard's stunning individual performance earned Chelsea a 2-0 win over West Ham United which hoisted them into the third spot in the Premier League on Monday.

Belgium lead FIFA rankings; England rise above Croatia to settle at fourth

Belgium stays atop the FIFA rankings and England rises above Croatia, which it defeated in the World Cup semifinals, to reach number four this month.

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Eden Hazard has the talent to play for Real Madrid, says Jose Mourinho

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri said last month that Eden Hazard was free to leave the Premier League club if the 28-year-old had his heart set on a move.

Eden Hazard relishing partnership with Gonzalo Higuain

Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard is convinced that he can form a great partnership with the club's new striker Gonzalo Higuain after playing two matches together.

Time to resolve Eden Hazard's Chelsea future, says manager Maurizio Sarri

Eden Hazard, who has one-and-a-half years remaining on his Chelsea deal, said he will not make a decision on his long-term future until the end of the season.

Maurizio Sarri backs Eden Hazard to become world's best at Chelsea

Eden Hazard had suggested this month that he may need to join a Spanish club in order to win the Ballon d'Or, which is awarded every year to the world's best player.

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Jose Mourinho is one coach I want to be reunited with: Eden Hazard

Eden Hazard played under Jose Mourinho at Stamford Bridge for more than two years and was an integral part of Chelsea's Premier League title win in 2014-15.

Eden Hazard says may need Spain move to win Ballon d'Or

Eden Hazard's contract with Chelsea runs until June 2020 and the London club want him to renew his deal.

Chelsea winger Eden Hazard reiterates Real Madrid dream

In July Eden Hazard said he wanted to move away from west London but ended up staying. He is the Premier League's top scorer with seven goals.

Chelsea's Eden Hazard enjoying life under new manager Maurizio Sarri

Eden Hazard's existing contract would keep him at Stamford Bridge for another two years but his scintillating start to the season has done nothing to stop the persistent rumours linking him to Real Madrid.

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