Hazard wants to win CL with Chelsea


Chelsea will surely target Qarabag as the side they need to beat in both legs for a relatively easy six points.

CHELSEA boss Antonio Conte has welcomed Eden Hazard's return but knows the attacker needs time to regain full fitness.

"But we go again and have to dust ourselves down. We're going to attack as well". I am very calm about this because I trust my players.

"We must understand we are starting a path". You have to grow step by step and arrive like Real Madrid and Bayern Munich - Juventus are the same now. "In England, it's not easy to do this and if you do you risk a lot", The Italian manager told Sky Sports.

Antonio Conte has explained his desire to rotate the squad ahead of tonight's encounter, with one eye firmly fixed on the crucial upcoming clash against Arsenal, via Chelsea's official website.

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"You want to play these kinds of games because every time you play in the Champions League it's a big game and everybody is watching you".

"For this reason it's normal to prepare some rotations [in the team]". When you play against a medium team and you have to know that you risk to lose the game in the league. "Supporters pay a lot of money to watch these games and they want to see the best players they possibly can".

Eden Hazard returned to the Blues squad, but only started on the bench alongside new signings Davide Zappacosta and Danny Drinkwater.

Cahill says the Blues cannot wait to get back to Champions League action after a one year absence, believing the club deserve to be competing with Europe's elite.

Chelsea's Gary Cahill during training. The 27-year-old, as mentioned above, already has 4 goals and will be looking to add to his tally on Tuesday. Willy Caballero, the backup goalkeeper signed on a free transfer from Manchester City, featured in Pep Guardiola's lineup as the Mancunians crashed out to Monaco in the last 16. While the Champions League might seem an odd place to blood youth graduates, it was the same stage where Carlo Ancelotti gave Gael Kakuta and Josh McEachran their spurs during his two-year tenure as manager. "We will try to be competitive in a short time and not wait three, four or five years". Michy Batshuayi hasn't started this season well for Chelsea but his strike in the 76th will have provided him with a much-needed confidence boost with Alvaro Morata in such great form.