Former Chelsea defender, Robert Huth has blamed forward, Eden Hazard, following the club’s 6-0 defeat by Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City in the Premier League on Sunday.
Three goals from Sergio Aguero, a brace from Raheem Sterling, and a goal from IIkay Gundogan handed Guardiola’s men all three points against Chelsea at Etihad.
Huth questioned the attitude of Hazard by blaming the Belgium international for his lackluster performance against Man City.
He, however, accused Hazard for failing to step up during the match.
“Looking at what’s going on Chelsea, I don’t imagine he [Hazard] wants to be there much longer,” Huth was quoted by Daily Star as saying.
“In games like that, you need them to step up. But he fell short for us”
“But has he performed enough?” Huth asked.
“The Huddersfield game was brilliant but there have been a few games where he’s gone missing.
“He’s the star. In games like that, you need them to step up.
“But he fell short for us, more today than any other time.”