Published: Mon, April 16, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Moses not left out as Giroud inspires Chelsea's comback win at Southampton

Moses not left out as Giroud inspires Chelsea's comback win at Southampton

After Giroud, on as a substitute, pulled a goal back for Antonio Conte's side, Eden Hazard levelled and Giroud then scored the victor. Since I arrived he has welcomed me very well.

He added: "It was tough for us, the second for them was hard". It was a great difference between both halves. Since late March, the Spaniard has netted in the games against Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur, and this has been followed by an assist for Azpilicueta's goal last weekend.

Oliver Giroud has revealed that he told Eden Hazard to "keep believing" before he helped Chelsea FC to mount a dramatic 3-2 comeback at Southampton on Saturday.

And Giroud has revealed what he said to Hazard when he came on against the Saints at St Mary's.

"As long as mathematically it is going to be possible, we are going to believe".

'So we take the games one by one and we have maybe five or six finals to play.

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The Nigeria worldwide was thrown into the game in the 86th in place of Eden Hazard at a time when both teams were cautiously playing to see off regulation time.

Giroud finally scored his first Premier League goal in Chelsea colours.

'Obviously I was waiting for that, ' Giroud added.

Ahead of them, Victor Moses and Marcos Alonso can be fancied to feature in their regular right wing-back and left wing-back positions respectively, whilst Cesc Fabregas and N'Golo Kante are more or less the suited candidates to form the central midfield partnership. When you are a striker you need to keep going and keep your confidence high, even if I have been playing a bit less in recent weeks.

"I always say that competition is good and nice for a striker because it forces you to improve and step up".

He showed us exactly why that is with a brace against Southampton on Saturday afternoon.

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