Chelsea’s Eden Hazard celebrates scoring their second goal against Liverpool in the League Cup match at Anfield Wednesday.
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Hazard is in a vein of such rare form that Chelsea's manager Maurizio Sarri later Friday hailed the Belgian as a "genius" who could go on to be recognized as the world's best player if he improved his training.Liverpool had been on top and leading Chelsea 1-0 when undone by an Emerson equalizer and then one of the goals of the season from Hazard, who cut inside from the right flank, sliced through Liverpool's defense and fired in from a narrow angle."Eden Hazard is a special player but I didn't need Wednesday's game to know that; it was already clear before," Klopp added.When asked if he was now the world's best player, Sarri told reporters: "I think for sure he is one of the best but I am convinced he can improve.
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