Midfielder of Chelsea Eden Hazard admitted that he apologized to the former head coach of the Blues' manager Jose Mourinho after his retirement. The Portuguese left the London club in mid-November.
"After the dismissal of Mourinho, I sent him a sms with an apology, because I was sorry that he's gone. Last season, we have been successful, but this year the team has little to work. I felt a little guilty, because it was I was voted player of the year according to PFA. But this season I'm playing at a different level, so I wrote Jose. He immediately replied, wishing me all the best in his future career" - said Hazard.
In the Premier League this season, Eden Hazard spent 21 games in which he gave two assists and received two yellow cards.