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LONDON---Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho took
a swipe at Eden Hazard, arguably his best player
this season, after the Belgium international blamed
team tactics for their Champions League exit.
Hazard, who has been pivotal in Chelsea s English
Premier League title challenge, said after the 3-1
home defeat against Atletico Madrid in the semi-
finals second leg this week that the team was not
set up "to play football" but to excel on counter-
At a news conference on Friday, Mourinho said
Hazard s comments were not critical, but he did
not miss the opportunity to humble his player.
"When the comments come from a player like
Eden it s normal because he s not the kind of player
to sacrifice himself for the team," Mourinho said.
Hazard s failure to track back allowed Atletico
to equalise in Wednesday s game, a costly error on
his return from a calf injury.
"Normally you get these kind of comments from
players like him, from players that can t resolve a
problem like we had in the first goal," Mourinho
insisted. "Eden is the kind of player that is not so
mentally ready to look back to his left-back and
to leave his life for him."
Mourinho previously spoke highly of Hazard,
describing him as the finest young player in the
world following his crucial role in a 1-0 away defeat
of Manchester City in February. But Mourinho
insisted on Friday that Hazard---who has been
linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain this
"I m not happy," Mourinho said. "I speak all sea-
son and I try to improve him all season."
Chelsea plays Norwich on Sunday in the Premier
League before a final game at Cardiff. The Blues
need to win both matches and bet on slip-ups by
Manchester City and Liverpool to stand a chance
of winning the title.
"The only thing we can do is win both matches,"
Mourinho said. "Imagine if we are not champions
because we don t win these two matches. It
wouldn t be a good feeling for the players."
Mourinho, who has complained about the lack
of quality in his strike force, did not comment on
a reportedly agreed deal with Atletico forward
Diego Costa, who scored at Stamford Bridge on
"We are going to do some, I would say a couple,
of critical signings," the Portuguese tactician said.
"Is a striker a target for us? Yes, we never deny
that. Is Diego a good player? He is, but he s an
Atletico Madrid player so I cannot say much." (AP)
"Normally you get these kind of
comments from players like him,
from players that can't resolve a
problem like we had in the first
goal," Mourinho insisted. "Eden is
the kind of player that is not so
mentally ready to look back to his
left-back and to leave his life for
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