Chelsea boss Roberto di Matteo was happy with what he saw from Eden Hazard in their Community Shield defeat to Manchester City.

Di Matteo believes all the players have a responsibility to fill the gap left goals-wise after the departure of Didier Drogba.

He said: "He was lively, caused a few problems, had a couple of opportunities, we saw glimpses of his quality, and he will be a big success for us.

"Fernando (Torres) was also dangerous in what was his first 90 minutes since coming back into training under three weeks ago.

"But we have to share the responsibilities for goals between the team - Hazard, Torres, Ramires, (Juan) Mata, (Daniel) Sturridge, (Frank) Lampard can all score goals."