But instead it was Hazard who showed his class to strike the victor as he danced past five Liverpool challenges before crashing a rising shot into the far corner for his sixth goal of the season. "At the minute, he's probably the best player in the world, the way he is playing".
"I think Eden has done magnificently in the World Cup".
"I know, of course, we've signed a new goalkeeper and all that sort of stuff, it doesn't really change [things] for me".
Neymar is very talented, but a low point of his game is that he is selfish and normally wants to play on his own. He is adding goals and he keeps improving.
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As a manager, if you're sat there, you're relying on your players. "It's time for Woodward to step up and back Jose". Manchester Utd hierarchy has always been dreaming about someone to take over the mantle from Sir Alex Ferguson .
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"I agree with [Sky Sports pundit] Jamie Carragher, I think he is the best player in the Premier League at the moment".
The Swiss global was arguably Liverpool's best player on the night, leaving some confused as to what exactly Klopp was saying to him. But their task will be much hard on Saturday when they face unbeaten Liverpool in the Premier League. "What I said was about the free-kick, nothing else".
Liverpool will face Chelsea again this weekend at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League.
Winning trophies used to be what mattered in the game, yet we now live in an age where a manager can claim to have had a successful season if he finishes fourth and goes out in the first round of every cup competition.
The in-form Belgian has already come up with five goals and two assists in the Premier League this season - but Higginbotham insists there is still more to come. "I believe that. I want to let my feet do the talking for my club and, if that happens, I believe I will be back on the global scene sooner rather than later".