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Eden Hazard Is Still Responsible For The Greatest Goals In Anfield History, He Was Genuinely Unplayable

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Eden Hazard Is Still Responsible For The Greatest Goals In Anfield History, He Was Genuinely Unplayable

Eden Hazard's incredible solo efforts against Liverpool have re-emerged following Mohamed Salah's strike against Manchester City.

Salah netted Liverpool's second in Sunday's 2-2 draw after dancing past Bernardo Silva and Aymeric Laporte before smashing past Ederson for his sixth goal of the season.

Many believe it's one of the best goals seen at Anfield in the modern era - but Chelsea fans have had something to say about it.

Hazard regularly tormented Liverpool during his seven year spell in London and he always had an eye for the spectacular.

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Back in 2018, Chelsea travelled to Anfield for a Carabao Cup showdown and it was an evening that belonged to Hazard.

The Belgium international dribbled around Liverpool's entire right-flank and finished it off with an emphatic finish past Simon Mignolet.

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It isn't the only time he's left the Kop in despair though.

2015-2016 was a poor individual year for Hazard and Chelsea finished 10th in the Premier League. Did this stop Hazard from dazzling on Merseyside? Absolutely not.

This time in the league, Hazard's mazy run saw him slot past Mignolet once again in a 1-1 draw.

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Hazard is currently struggling with injuries at Real Madrid and fans are reminiscing about what a talented player he really is.

One commented: "I still miss this guy man. People have forgotten just how good he is."

Another added: "Salah must have watched this and said 'why not?'"

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While a third said: "This goal is actually better than the one Salah scored yesterday."

Liverpool took the lead against City through Sadio Mane before Phil Foden equalised.

Salah's goal had Jurgen Klopp's side dreaming of three points before Kevin De Bruyne's effort deflected in off Joel Matip to ensure the points were shared.

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA
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The Egypt winger admitted a draw was fair in his post-match interview.

He told Sky Sports per Liverpool Echo: " Yeah [draw is fair] I have to be fair.

"They had a lot of chances, kept the ball a lot. I wish I could say no, but it's fair to say yes.

"They had a lot of chances and a draw is a fair result for both."

Featured Image Credit: Premier League

Topics: Liverpool, Eden Hazard, Chelsea, Football, Premier League, England, Mohamed Salah

Daniel Marland
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