Hazard: Chelsea out to make history

Eden Hazard has set his sights on making history as Premier League-leading Chelsea look to continue their winning streak.

Chelsea claimed a club-record 12th successive top-flight victory with a 3-0 victory over Bournemouth on Monday.

Hazard scored a penalty in the comprehensive win as Chelsea continued their Premier League title charge, with the Londoners six points clear atop the table.

And Hazard warned Chelsea's rivals that the high-flying leaders have no plans to slow down.

"We feel good. We are full of confidence. We take game after game and try to win every game," Hazard said ahead of Saturday's visit of Stoke City.

"We don't look at records but if we can make history in this club we will. It's not only about Chelsea, this league.

"This league is very difficult. Every game we try to win. But now the opponents try to give everything because they want to be first. Now we are first and everyone wants to beat us."

Asked if Antonio Conte's side is the best Chelsea team he has played in, Hazard said: "Yes because we win every game! We are full of confidence. We try to do something that we didn't do in the past. We score some goals."

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