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Eden Hazard: 'I need to be more selfish'

Eden Hazard: 'I need to be more selfish'

However, Fabregas has thrived as an impact substitute, and while the Blues may have used the fewest number of players in the Premier League this season with just 33 different names coming in and out of their team, the nature of their 4-2 win over Spurs underlined the strength and unity they possess as a squad, according to their manager.



Maria Sharapova's first opponent since doping ban questions Russian's wild card

It's normal that people talk about her, she's an huge champion, but from there to promoting her return to such an extent. She said: "This is a different kind of clay I think and I practice in the other side and this is different". Although Sharapova has not competed for 15 months, she is reported to be in excellent shape, having worked hard on her game and her fitness. "It is going to affect Sharapova's seedings in big tournaments so she's still going to pay a penalty for a while".



Jimmy Butler Calls Out Marcus Smart: "He's Not About That Life"

Butler understandably didn't take kindly to the push and got right in Smart's face to exchange words. The Boston Celtics emerged with a second consecutive road victory over the Chicago Bulls on Sunday to even the series at two games apiece.


Southampton: Hazard praised by Puel

Southampton: Hazard praised by Puel

Conte may have disagreed with Fabregas' claim that Eden Hazard needs to be more selfish, but this match provided evidence to suggest that the Spaniard was right with his comments about his team-mate. Chelsea's lead lasted just 20 minutes as they conceded for an 11th straight league game. People were raving about the ex-Leicester midfielder because of his dominant displays off the ball, but Kante showed against the Saints that he is equally as good in possession.


Bayern Munich trio confronted referee after Madrid loss

Bayern Munich trio confronted referee after Madrid loss

Manager Zinedine Zidane lavished praise on the team's all-time top scorer but reminded Ronaldo that Real players had to get used to the relentless pressure from supporters of the 11-time European champions. The holders won 6-3 on aggregate, but Bayern took the tie to extra time after it finished 2-1 to the Germans after 90 minutes, thanks to Robert Lewandowski's penalty and an own goal from Sergio Ramos.



Canadiens' last-gasp effort falls short as Rangers draw even in series

Grabner, Rick Nash and Mats Zuccarello scored for the Rangers . The Montreal Canadiens levelled their National Hockey League playoff series against the New York Rangers despite Henrik Lundqvist's heroics on Friday. "Not so much of what we have to do to make it hard on them, but what we can do to make it successful for us". Though coach Alain Vigneault changed the lineup slightly, inserting the talented 22-year-old rookie forward Pavel Buchnevich as well as bringing back ...