“Not good enough” Eden Hazard says Chelsea’s star isn’t good enough after Newcastle trashing

Newcastle United overpowered Chelsea in their Premier League match at St. James’ Park on Saturday afternoon, ending Chelsea’s run of victories.

After a 4-1 win against Tottenham Hotspur and a heart-stirring 4-4 draw against Manchester City, the Blues entered the game with significant confidence.

For an outburst of insanity in the second half, Chelsea captain Recce James received his marching orders.

Upon Newcastle being awarded a free-kick, the Englishman gave himself a 10-minute booking after kicking the ball away.

James is being criticised by former Chelsea player Eden Hazard for his lacklustre on-field leadership.

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