Former Chelsea star reveals what Eden Hazard needs to do to become world's best

The Belgian has been in stupendous form for the Blues this season

Eden Hazard joined Chelsea from Lille in the summer of 2012 and is one of the club’s undisputed stars. He is considered as one of the best players in the world after performing at the highest level over the past few seasons.

The Belgium International has scored 105 goals for the English side in 308 appearances. He has claimed two Premier League titles during his time in west London, along with FA Cup, League Cup and Europa League triumphs.

He had an impressive World Cup this campaign as he helped Belgium to reach the semi-finals and has made a stellar start to the new campaign.

The 27 year old has hit the ground running for the Blues, scoring 6 goals and provided 2 assists in the first 7 games. He scored an impressive hat-trick against Cardiff City and is the current leading scorer in the league.

The winger was also in fine form for the London Outfit against Liverpool in the third round of Carabao Cup last week as he scored a stunning solo goal to win the match after coming on as a substitute.

The player has been heavily praised by club’s new manager Maurizio Sarri. The Italian claimed that he might be the best player in Europe and has the potential to score 40 goals this season.

Former Chelsea captain Dennis Wise believes Hazard cannot be world’s best until he wins the Champions League.

“Why not? Why can’t he be the best in the world?,” Wise said on Sky Sports News as quoted by Express Sports.

“I think you’ve got to start winning Champions Leagues.

“It’s not only his goalscoring but it’s his overall performances that have been outstanding.

“Everyone is touching on ‘is he the best player in Europe?’ and I think he’s close to that, I really do.

“I think he’s been absolutely outstanding since he’s come back from the World Cup.”

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