Hazard's response to West Ham United chants

EPL By: Iseghohi Odianosen | 09/04/2019

Chelsea star Eden Hazard responded to the chants of West Ham fans during their 2-0 win over the Hammers in the Premier League on Monday evening.

Hazard was on fire for the Blues has he propelled Chelsea to third on the Premier League log.

The Belgian attacker scored a sublime opener after he took on the West Ham defence to slot in the goal in a final solo run.

With the victory against Westham Chelsea leapfrog Tottenham Hotspur to seat on the third spot on the table of the English top flight league.

Hazard’s goal for Chelsea against West Ham could win the best goal of the season, he collected the ball halfway and danced through the defence in the midst of opposing defenders and he comfortable put the ball into the bottom corner of the net.

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West Ham fans tried to unbalance him mentally bid the Belgian kept his cool and went on to score the second goal of the night after he nicely controlled a pass from Ross Barkley in the box.

Hammers fans could be heard chanting; “You’re off to Real Madrid” from the away end as they tried to dampen the sparkle of Hazard’s performance.

However, when questioned about those very chants, the 28-year-old gave an emphatic response.

“They are wrong!” he said.

“I’m just focused on this season.”

It was reported in the media that Hazard has agreed on personal terms with Real Madrid.