Guus Hiddink: Eden Hazard needs to grow for Chelsea

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The indifferent form of Eden Hazard has been an unfortunate fixture of Chelsea’s season so far, and interim manager Guus Hiddink has admitted he has some growing to do. Hazard started last night’s loss to French champions PSG but was eventually subbed for Oscar - Hiddink said after the game that the playing time he got was enough for him. This comes after Hazard insisted a move to PSG would be difficult to turn down - watch this space indeed. Moving on, John Obi Mikel has been criticised for his role in PSG’s opening goal by none other than Rio Ferdinand. Ferdinand said Mikel would be embarrassed when he looked back on the shot he deflected into his own net. We’re sure he’s not the only one who thinks that.

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