Eden Hazard scored both goals for Chelsea as they beat Watford 2-1 at Vicarage Road to move back into fourth place in the Premier League.
Hazard netted his 100th goal for Chelsea in all competitions when he opened the scoring in the first minute of added time in the first half although, just over two minutes later, Roberto Pereyra equalised for Watford in the added time of the first half.
Hazard added his second after he tucked in a penalty which he himself had earned after Ben Foster crashed into the Belgian while a half-chance was on the cards.
Eden Hazard speaks: “The goals mean a lot, especially because we won today as well,” he says. “I want to score more goals for the club and try to be a legend like Lampard, Terry and Drogba. When we are winning, we can enjoy more. My target, my focus is to score goals, as a winger, as a striker – or I can play centre-back. I missed a couple of chances today but I just needed to keep focused.” And how about this for a stat, courtesy of Opta: Hazard has been directly involved in 19 goals in the Premier League this season (10 goals, nine assists); the most of any player in the competition.