Chelsea's Eden Hazard left unhappy after West Ham draw at Stamford Bridge

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Chelsea defender, Antonio Rudiger has hit out at his team mates for failing to win yesterday's Premier League game against West Ham.

West Ham could be set for a massive Injury boost ahead of their match against Stoke City next Monday, with another key player on the verge of returning following Andy Carroll's reported recovery from injury.

Mexican striker Javier Hernandez scored the equaliser at Stamford Bridge, after combining with fellow forward Marko Arnautovic, and Hart believes the pair can cause trouble for any opponent.

Masuaku was spotted with similar cuts in West Ham's draw to Chelsea last weekend, while Gareth Bale and Ezequiel Garay have taken this new craze to Spain.

"We're definitely a really risky team", Hart told the club's website.

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But Man of the Match was given to West Ham goalkeeper Joe Hart, who has not been without his critics this season.

"I remember away at Manchester United, we were in control of the game and in the end we lost", Hazard added. But like the last few months, we didn't and we conceded.

"I know who I am and what I am", he said. "People don't get given medals - I know that for a fact and so does Chicha".

It reports that Mexico global Hernandez "is ready to quit in search of more regular first-team football".

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