Chelsea hero Nevin: Kovacic has helped Hazard form

Aguero joins Henry & Rooney in 150 club with landmark Man City goal

The Argentine is only the third player in Premier League history to reach the goal tally for a single clubMore

"From my perspective, he should have even more responsibility and even more impact on the team".

Mesut Ozil of Arsenal celebrates after he scores his sides first goal during the Premier League match between Arsenal FC and Leicester City at Emirates Stadium on October 22, 2018 in London, United Kingdom.

Fabregas was excluded from the travelling party due to illness, while Morata - who has scored four goals in his past four Premier League appearances - has been granted a rest.

Returning to his former club and eager to make an impression, Pogba's apparent inability to perform for a full 90 minutes in United colours has been an enduring theme of his second spell at the club. If they only play, they will lose that physical quality that they need.


Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has reportedly "slammed the door" on West Ham's attempted move for Ruben Loftus-Cheek.

Guardiola's side have now won eight of their past nine matches across all competitions, although Ings' penalty was the first league goal they have conceded in six games.

"Yes the keeper can do better, but I think Mustafi is more culpable than anyone in terms of his starting position and can he do more to stop the cross?"

"At the beginning, we knew very well that there was a gap".


The attacker finally broke a three-year goal drought for the Three Lions in a 3-2 win against Spain, and Carragher hopes Sterling can translate some of his club form over to global play.

On Hazard, he added: 'For our doctor, there is not any risk otherwise he would have stayed in Cobham, of course. "In the last match he played 30 minutes, the best for tomorrow is that he plays 45 to 50 minutes".

'Sometimes it's better this than actually playing.

Holland then went to see Arsenal draw 1-1 with Liverpool and on Sunday watched Chelsea beat Crystal Palace 3-1 to keep across Loftus-Cheek and Ross Barkley.


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