Cesc Fabregas has praised Eden Hazard for his contribution to Chelsea FC after he helped to fire the Blues to Europa League glory over Arsenal in what looks to be his final game at the club.
Hazard was in brilliant form and scored twice in the second half to help the Blues lift the trophy for the second time.
The 28-year-old is widely expected to leave Chelsea FC and sign for Real Madrid this summer after seven decorated years at the west London club.
Fabregas was Hazard’s team-mate at Chelsea FC and the former Arsenal captain believes that Wednesday night’s game was a fitting send-off for the playmaker.
“It’s very emotional,” Fabregas told BT Sport after the game.
“Even I’m feeling emotional because what a performance. Two goals, and probably it’s a goodbye after seven wonderful years of winning trophies and giving a fantastic service to this football club.
“Not only that, I think every fan in the Premier League will miss him so much, and we want to wish him all the very best.”
Hazard has scored 21 goals in all competitions this season to help the Blues finish in third place in the table and win the Europa League.
Speaking after the game, Hazard said that his future would become clear in the “next couple of days” as he revealed that he had already made his decision about his next move.
The Belgian has won two Premier League titles, the FA Cup, League Cup and two Europa League trophies since joining Chelsea FC from Lille in the summer of 2012.
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