Chelsea boss Hiddink defends Hazard after swapping shirts with Di Maria during Psg loss

10 Mar

The night was a , who was sent off in the first half in last season’s game at Stamford Bridge, with his team-mates squeezing through on away goals.


This time it was a far more enjoyable experience for the Swede, who could be arriving in the Premier League next season.

“I stayed more than 20 minutes on the pitch this year!” he said.

“We did a good game, very stable. We played with lots of patient possession and when we had a chance to strike we scored two goals. We had enough to win the game.

“Overall we played the way we wanted to. It was not easy, you have to watch out. Chelsea’s front four are able to do anything.

“We are doing good things, where we end up we don’t know. We are not satisfied yet.”

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