Chelsea coach Sarri believes Eden Hazard can score 40 goals this season

Chelsea coach Sarri believes Eden Hazard can score 40 goals this season

Last season, Liverpool's Mo Salah won the coveted trophy with 32 Premier League goals, while Harry Kane was second with 30.

Eden Hazard has hailed Chelsea teammate Olivier Giroud as the world's best target man.

The win pushed the Blues to the top of the table and extended their ideal start to the campaign to five matches.

And the 27-year-old was quick to pay tribute to Frenchman Giroud for serving up his first two goals on a plate on Saturday.

"I thought Hazard was one of the best players in Europe but now I change my mind because maybe he is the best", Sarri said after Hazard's man-of-the-match performance. "When he's got the ball, he can hold the ball and we can go with him in deep".

"So I have to organise better the defensive phase and the players have to understand that".

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"The game (against Cardiff) was very tough".

Despite his undisputed world class status, Hazard has never yet cracked the very top bracket of elite global players where Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi perform, joined by the likes of Neymar, Xavi, Andres Iniesta, Antoine Griezmann, Franck Ribery, Arjen Robben, Gareth Bale and other superstars at various times over the course of the last decade. We have spoken and I told him he can score 40 goals.

Cardiff took a shock lead through defender Sol Bamba's tidy finish, as the visitors pulled off a smart training-ground move.

Olivier Giroud believes that the competition between him and Alvaro Morata will help Chelsea fight for silverware in the coming months. We want to carry on the good momentum, we are on a good run. We need to keep this momentum.

Despite Chelsea's fluency in attack, Sarri is aware the Stamford Bridge team must improve their defending. "I'm always trying to do more - create more chances, score more goals, and today a hat-trick so I will try to do this more".

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