Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, has reserved special praise for Chelsea’s duo of Eden Hazard and N’Golo, ahead of their Premier League clash this Saturday.
Mourinho has not won at Stamford Bridge, since he took over as United boss and reckons it would be tough against Maurizio Sarri’s team.
“They have good players, a very good squad. They are getting results and they have got momentum. They have lots of special players and they are a very difficult team but I can think we can win.
“If I only think about Eden (Hazard), we are in trouble. There’s Willian, (N’Golo) Kante, it’s hard to play against a team but focus on just one person. Especially when he’s surrounded by special players. He’s a good kid, a good man now. He’s more mature now but he’s very honest.
“He knows how good he is, he knows how much he can influence the history of his team in the course of a season.
“In my first season, he was elected the best player in the league when we were champions. In my second season he was not very good but we weren’t very good as a team. Antonio (Conte) comes and he’s the best player in the league and they won the title again. He can influence the destiny of his team,” Mourinho told Sky Sports.