Frank Lampard has warned the forwards from Chelsea to forget about Eden Hazard and take the opportunity to take on better goal-scoring responsibility.
Eden Hazard has enjoyed a great season under Maurizio Sarri at Stamford Bridge last term before he sealed his dream to make a move to Real Madrid following the 7 trophy-laden years that he spent in west London. As the club is not being able to pay for new players in the transfer window, the task of Lampard to replace the primary source of assists and goals for Chelsea has become quite impossible, especially because of the injury that had caused Callum Hudson-Odoi to back out from the new campaign.
Lampard searches for his first win in the Premier League in charge prior to the visit to Norwich as Chelsea had been defeated by Old Trafford by 4-0 before being held in a draw of 1-1 against Leicester only last weekend. Olivier Giroud and Tammy Abraham are still to get off the mark in this league but Frank Lampard has insisted that it isn’t the job of one player to fill up the void which had been made by the departure of Hazard. He has said that they will have to find them in the group because of he knows how many of the goals Hazard has been a part of when it comes to assisting and scoring.
Lampard goes on to say that the facts are real and they need to address them along with work. The challenge is pretty clear for the attacking players, as well as the strikers and that, is whether they can be players to score the goals. The top teams of the league have players who can score on a regular basis which helps in winning the games which are otherwise difficult.