Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard has big concerns over the way he is being targeted by opposition defenders.
The London Evening Standard says he is getting worried about how he is being singled out on the pitch.
Hazard fractured his ankle during a training session with Belgium in June and had to wait until September to start his first game of the campaign.
For the draw with Liverpool, Hazard was the dominant player on the pitch until he was hammered by Mohamed Salah. That incident came a week after Hazard was left visibly upset following referee Jonathan Moss’s decision to wave play on after Gareth Barry had landed his studs on his ankle during Chelsea‘s 4-0 win at West Brom.
Hazard said: “I do everything for my body when I’m at the training ground. I know my body is strong and I am working on that.
“It is important I do. I’m lucky to have good health, I take good care of my body the best I can.”
Of his performance at Anfield, he explained: “The only player around me was Alvaro Morata, so if we wanted to win we had to do something together, just me and him.
“That’s why I tried to pass my opponent every time, and in the first half we did well. In the second half it was more complicated but we scored so I am happy.”