It is hard to believe it has been nearly five years since Eden Hazard arrived at Stamford Bridge so we took some time to look at some of the best Eden Hazard goals we have witnessed in that time.
During his time at the club, Hazard has scored some stunning goals. Some have been against minnows but the most memorable ones have been against rivals or helped launched us towards trophies.
Eden Hazard Goals
The Goal That Broke Spurs Hearts
In 2015/2016 Tottenham were chasing Leicester hard at the top of the Premier League. With just a few games left they travelled to Stamford Bridge with the aim of keeping the pressure on.
Having gone two goals up they assumed the points were in the bag, however a late comeback was completed by Hazard who scored a cracker late on to secure a 2-2 draw to hand Leicester the title.
Stunning Solo Goal Against Arsenal
If there was any doubt as to whether Hazard was back to his best then this gem of a solo run ended the discussion. He beat multiple players and then slotted the ball past the keeper with an expert finish before running off to the Chelsea faithful to celebrate a cracker.
Curling Beauty Against Manchester United
Scoring against Manchester United is a great way to gain the adoration of Chelsea fans. Eden Hazard did this beautifully with a curled beauty from the corner of the 18-yard box.
Left-hand edge of the 18-yard box and Eden Hazard curls in a beauty to earn us a replay in the FA Cup.
The season is not over for Hazard and we hope he will add many more cracking goals to his Chelsea resume before his time at the Bridge ends.
After all, his trophy cabinet at Chelsea includes the Europa League, League Cup and the Premier League. If he adds to that this season then let’s hope he stays to score more goals in the Champions League next season.
This video is a compilation of Pedro goals 2016/17.
Signed from Barcelona, there were high hopes among Chelsea supporters for what he could bring to the side, especially after he scored on his debut against West Bromwich Albion.
However, this early spark did not last and like the rest of the squad, he struggled to put in the performances that would stop the rot that lasted most of last season.
Many thought that Pedro may only survive one season in Blue as he struggled to adapt to the English game and win over the fans and media. However this season we have seen a complete reversal in fortunes.
After a tough first season, Pedro has bounced back and been a key figure in a season where the title is within touching distance.
He seems to have got his attacking mojo having ousted Willian as the preferred final attacking option alongside Diego Costa and Eden Hazard. This is no mean feat considering Willian is universally popular and was the clubs star performer in an otherwise disastrous 2015/2016
Pedro has started 24 games in the Premier League this season making a much larger impression on the games he has been involved in. He seems more confident going forward and taking players on and is often at the heart of the explosive counter-attacks that have hurt opposition teams time and time again this season.
Pedro Goals 2016/17
Goals have been a critical contribution, so far there have been 12 Pedro 2016/17 goals and 10 assists that have helped put Chelsea within touching distance of the Premier League title.
Whilst some have come against comparative minnows some have come in critical games. Including those against Manchester United, Tottenham and most recently to get the ball rolling against Everton.
As we come into the final few games of the season Pedro is one of the most important players in a rarely changed Chelsea side.