Eden Hazard caught yawning in the tunnel ahead of Chelsea clash with Man Utd

Eden Hazard looked very relaxed or fatigue before Chelsea’s draw against Manchester United.

Man Utd player asks Paul Pogba to take him with him to Real Madrid

Eden Hazard didn’t show a single sign of nerves before Chelsea’s clash with Manchester United on Sunday and was even caught yawning in the tunnel at Old Trafford.

Both sides are battling for a top-four spot but United now have a mountain to climb as they could only register a 1-1 draw against Maurizio Sarri’s side on Sunday.

United opened the scoring as Juan Mata found the net against his former club but another David De Gea mistake allowed Marcos Alonso to score an equaliser before half-time.

Hazard, meanwhile was Chelsea’s brightest attacking threat once again, although he struggled to link up with Gonzalo Higuain who was caught offside five times during the game.

But before the match, Hazard looked completely unfazed by the magnitude of the game as he was yawning while both teams were preparing to walk through the tunnel and on to the pitch.

Speaking after the game, Hazard told Sky Sports: ‘A good day but could be better.

We came here thinking about winning the game, a draw is not a bad result for us but I think if we believe a bit more in our chances we can score another goal.

We now have two games and we will try and be in the top four


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