Eden Hazard's Capital One Cup celebrations ruined

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Chelsea secured their first silverware of the season yesterday, seeing off London rivals Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 in the Capital One Cup final.

Goals from captain John Terry and Diego Costa were enough to start the celebrations; although one Chelsea player didn’t seem so keen.

In the footage, Belgian superstar Eden Hazard seems to have had his mood killed by the champagne on offer; clearly not a fan.

More to come?

The way things are going, both the Premier League and Champions League have just a couple of weeks to find themselves a new champagne supplier.

Chelsea sit top of the Premier League, five points clear with a game in hand after Manchester City’s defeat at the hands of Liverpool yesterday. While PSG stand in their way of their path to the Champions League quarter-finals.

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The Blues have only lost once since the turn of the year (4-2 to Bradford in the FA Cup) and are approaching their first English league title since the 2009/10 season. But, with big games against Southampton, Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool to come, they still have work to do.

Hazard himself is having his best season at Chelsea yet, and with seemingly more to come; someone will need to ask him what his favourite brand is. I’m sure none of the Spurs players would have minded if it meant getting their hands on a trophy…

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