Antonio Conte heaped praise on Chelsea attacking ace Eden Hazard, saying the Belgium international is a "complete player" after the west London club smashed Everton 5-0 on Saturday. The 25-year-old's 19 minute strike helped spark Chelsea to a 5-0 thrashing of Everton at Stamford Bridge. Hazard scored a brace against Ronald Koeman's Toffees and goals from Marcos Alonso, Diego Costa and Pedro Rodriguez helped Chelsea seal three points on the day.
Read More: The Return of Harry Kane for Tottenham. Hazard has now scored in four consecutive league matches and Conte hailed his star player's display. "Eden played an impressive game," he told BT Sport. "We know he's a great talent. I see he is working a lot for the team.
"He is a complete player when he plays in this way." Chelsea have now won five league matches on the bounce without conceding a goal, scoring 16 in total.
Read More: Will another Goalkeeper win the Ballon d’or? "I'm pleased, because to win in this way is fantastic," he added. "We played confidently, with a good intensity. All the players played in the right way with the ball. "We created many chances to score. Also, this is the fifth clean sheet in a row. It's fantastic because, if you look at the past, it is incredible to reach this number. "It's a pity that now we have to stop for the international break. I wanted to continue. "I am pleased for the players, because they were fantastic. I am pleased, but we must continue to work very hard."