Eden Hazard and José Mourinho: anatomy of a rollercoaster relationship | Jonathan Wil

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Aug 1, 2010
The pair fell out at Chelsea and while there is no animosity now, stopping the forward is a priority for Manchester United manager in Premier League matchFans, content with a perfunctory victory, were beginning to drift away from Stamford Bridge. Chelsea were leading Porto 2-0, having been in control for most of the game. In a turbulent season, the Champions League had again provided a pocket of calm. And then José Mourinho decided to take off Eden Hazard, who had been involved in the buildup to both Chelsea goals. It had probably been Hazard’s best performance of the season to that point and he left the pitch to warm applause. He slapped hands with Loïc Rémy but then, as Mourinho went to congratulate him, Hazard shrugged him off.
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