- Eden Hazard believes Manchester City are better than Chelsea at the moment
- The Blues suffered their first defeat of the season to Tottenhman at Wembley
- The 27-year-old believes the Blues will not win the Premier League this term
Chelsea star man Eden Hazard has ruled out the Blues chances of winning the Premier League this season.
The new look Chelsea side under Maurizio Sarri suffered their first defeat of the season in their 3-1 loss to Tottenham at the Wembley Stadium.
The west London club are seven points behind league leaders Manchester City and Hazard believes they are not on the same level with Pep Guardiola's side.
The 27-year-old said: “We’re thinking about finishing in the top four, not to be the champions.
"We know City are not much better than Chelsea but they are better at the moment.
“In what areas are City better? A lot. Possession. When they have chances, they score.
"Maybe defensively they are better. They have top players.
“Their consistency as well, winning game after game. They are in a good momentum since last year and we need to be back like this.”
Sarri had earlier claimed he does not intend making new signings in the January transfer window in a bid to catch up with City and would work with the players at his disposal.
Alvaro Morata's long term future at Stamford Bridge is still in doubt as the Blues could fancy their chances in a £70million summer deal for Borussia Dortmund star Christian Pulisic.
On the other hand, Andreas Christensen is unhappy with lack of playing time under Sarri, with Bayern Munich and AC Milan monitoring his situation.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Chelsea star man Eden Hazard has revealed he has not done enough to deserve this year's Ballon d'Or.
The Belgium international led his country to a third place finish at the World Cup in Russia and had made an impressive start for the Blues in the Premier League this season.