McGrath wrote in the Sunday World: "Hazard got off to a bad start with Jose Mourinho last summer. The manager didn't seem to warm to the player and his gifts, and then Hazard missed a Chelsea training session because he had missed a Eurostar train on the way back from an international match.
"But in the last while Hazard has been brilliant. He has been a joy to watch on the football pitch. I love the way he glides past players, as though moving with the ball on a string at his feet.
"But he's so quick and so good on the ball that the defender always misses. And if the defender misses the ball and gets Hazard it's a free-kick - which he can also put away, with great technique!
"Like all good players, he is just getting better with a run of matches and Hazard's partnership with Oscar, Chelsea's other midfield creator, is blossoming."
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