Chelsea forward, Hakim Ziyech, has revealed he takes inspiration from club legend Eden Hazard.
Ziyech was part of the Blues side that battled to a 0-0 draw with Tottenham in the Premier League on Sunday, with Jose Mourinho’s side going top of the division after the result.
Prior to the Spurs match, Chelsea boss Frank Lampard said he didn’t want to place the burden of replacing Hazard, who scored 110 goals in 352 games for the club before being sold to Real Madrid in 2019, on any of his attacking players.
However, Ziyech says he is an admirer of Hazard’s abilities and admitted he studies the Belgian’s game to help improve his own.
“Eden is a world-class player.
“You always take inspiration from that, how he plays the game. You always look at the small things, how he does stuff – and I can learn a lot from him,” Ziyech said.