(Reuters) – Chelsea chairman Eden Hazard has Thursday of the European Championship against Greek side PAOK Salonika used by a small knee injury, but should be in & nbsp; time to get Fulham in the Premier League on Sunday, manager Maurizio Sarri.
Hazard played the whole 90 minutes of Chelsea's 3-1 defeat by Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday and succeeded at the end, but Sarri confirms that the international Belgian won a long way for a shotgun.
"Danger, of course, it's not a heavy wound," said the Italian a new conferences on Wednesday. "He will not play tomorrow, but I think he can first come back to the Premier League."
Hazard is used in this season carefully in Europe, with Sarri, who is the top class leader for the Premier League, but the manager said he was wary that the Belgians were still being polarized.
"I was trying because he has a backlash (formerly in seasons) and now knit, so he lost a lot of training," said Sarri. "Normally, he is not at the forefront of his physical condition, he has one week and a few matches.
"This week, it is useful for him to get training. Of course he can not play 30 points in 30 days, so he should have to rest."
Chelsea is on top of group L with 12 points of four matches and necessarily one point of their two remaining games to guarantee the qualification for the knockout stages or group winners.
The decision by Tottenham was Chelsea's first loss of the season, and Sarri called on his players for a response, so he wanted to see more of his team.
"On Saturday we played very heavy, a game without a rule," he said.
"We have to understand why we've played Spurs without the cuts, it's not normal.
"I want to respond to tomorrow and Sunday, I want to see that we have learned from ours."
Victor Moses, who can play in defense on a wing, will also have to play the game at Stamford Bridge due to a backlash.
(Message by Simon Jennings in Bengaluru)