Mon 15 Apr by Mark Gleeson
"Eden Hazard, on his day, can be the world's best immediately. He's had a brilliant career and it's not over yet. He has a lot of things that I like in football. His joy, he's kind of cheeky as well, he's strong, he's quick."
Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard's superlative skill is not lost on Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp.
“Subconsciously, after we conceded the goal, we dropped back and this is something hard for any coach to control. But our fighting spirit saw us fight through and credit must go to the players who stood firm until the end."
Orlando Prates coach Milutin Sredojevich after his side held out for a crucial narrow win over Free State Stars.
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