Hazard expresses his dissatisfaction under Chelsea new boss

Europa League By: Iseghohi Odianosen | 19/08/2018

Chelsea forward Eden Hazard has expressed his dissatisfaction under Chelsea new manager Maurizio Sarri, he after coming from the bench for the second time in a row.

Hazard wants to start games from the start to finish.

Hazard set up Marcos Alonso for the winner in an end to end attacking game and he said he is far from happy with the situation.

He said: "It is better to be on the pitch than the bench. I think he's the kind of manager who wants to have control on the ball. I just want to play and have the ball at my feet."

Hazard, linked with a £200million move to Real Madrid, added: "The 11 who started did well. If I'm on for 15 minutes, 20 minutes or 90 minutes I do my best. Today I did well.

"We have good players, we want to do something magic, it's good to have that in a manager. We just want to enjoy it and win games."

Blues boss Maurizio Sarri insisted Hazard is not ready to start after his World Cup exertions — and believes it may take two weeks to get him up to speed.

He said: "He is a great player but in this moment he's not able to play for 90 minutes.

"Yesterday I thought it was better for 25, 30 minutes when the intensity of the match is going down."

Up next for Chelsea is the game against Newcastle at the St James Park on Sunday.