Chelsea ace Hazard angry with Blues teammate over Spurs loss

EPL By: Ikponmwosa Umweni | 09/01/2019

Chelsea forward Eden Hazard is angry with Blues teammate Marcos Alonso in the 1-0 defeat to Tottenham Hotspurs in Carabao Cup semi-final first leg on Tuesday night at Wembley Stadium.

The 28-year-old Belgium international was once again deployed as a makeshift striker by Maurizio Sarri as Alvaro Morata is sidelined with a hamstring injury and Olivier Giroud was dropped to the substitute bench.

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However, Hazard lost his cool in the second half of the encounter after a misunderstanding with his left-back Alonso after the Spaniard urged the Belgian to push forward but former Lille star did not speed up and so the ex-Bolton defender was forced to cut the ball back.

Alonso pass to Hazard invited pressure as he was forced to turn back towards Chelsea’s goal before he was fouled by Tottenham Hotspurs center-back Sanchez and Blues number ten look unhappy with one time Serie A man dribble straight past him before releasing the ball.

The incident, which occurred in the second half as dethroned Premier League Champions pushed for an equaliser, did not escape the attention of Chelsea supporters, with many fans claiming that Hazard is growing increasingly annoyed with playing alongside Alonso.

and one moment of tension involving his teammate Marcos Alonso was highlighted by supporters.