It is one thing to punish someone individually and the second thing to punish everybody.
"If I think he can help the team to win, then that is nothing to do with the fact he can be punished separately, individually".
"No, the team selection had nothing to do with the transfer market", he told a post-match news conference. He didn't get enough games with us this season. They made that decision so you have to respect it. He ended by saying that whatever was going on with contracts and transfers, he trusts Sanchez to continue to give his best. Overall I believe that it is of course a good opportunity for us to go to Wembley where we want to go.
Eden Hazard (Chelsea): Started the game quite sharply and was Chelsea's most creative player for the majority of the match, though the Belgian exhausted in the closing stages. Just before the break, Video Assistant Referee (VAR) was used when Calum Chambers seemed to shove Azpilicueta to the ground in the area, but nothing was given. He doesn't need to alert the club, he can do it on his own.
"We must have a bit of patience, it can improve football in England". You see how he warmed up and how he came on? Like a player who wants to play football.
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Naturally the decision to bench Arsenal's best player, especially with Mesut Ozil injured, raised eyebrows, not least in the week when City re-opened negotiations over a deal for a player desperate to move to the Etihad Stadium.
Eden Hazard, meanwhile, seems to have recovered from his calf problem and looks set to appear in the match. What is important for me is the next game and that you can rely on him. "It is a shame to lose him when he is such good form and it was by blocking the shot that turned his ankle and it's his good ankle so I am quite positive". "When he came on tonight, you could see that he created straight away danger".