He was the Blues hero who wowed supporters with his mesmeric skill on the ball but tonight Eden Hazard returns to Stamford Bridge on a mission to deny his former employers a spot in the biggest game in club football.
Late in proceedings, Hazard returned from injury and played a cameo role. On Saturday, he started and played 70 minutes in the win against Osasuna. So, is the Belgian returning at just the right time, to knock-out the club which once loved him?
Eden Hazard had some memorable moments at Stamford Bridge as he returns tonightInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Hazard has struggled at Real Madrid but showed signs of form on Saturday against Osasuna
Trophies: Premier League (2014-15, 2016-17), FA Cup (2017-18), EFL Cup (2014-15), Europa League (2012-13, 2018-19)
The 30-year-old had the best moments of his career at Stamford Bridge, progressing from one of Europe's brightest young talents upon signing from Lille in 2012 to a £143m player seven years later.
The moments which spring immediately to mind are the individual flashes of brilliance, often on the biggest of stages.
Arguably his best ever goal came on this ground, against Arsenal in February 2017.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Any Blues fan will remember it like yesterday. Receiving the ball in the centre-circle, Chelsea's No 10 pushed aside the tepid challenge of Francis Coquelin and advanced towards the penalty area.
From there, he shimmied left, than back to the right - leaving Gunners centre backs Laurent Koscielny and Shkodran Mustafi stranded - before finishing cleverly into the corner beyond former team-mate Petr Cech.
It was Hazard's finest moment in a campaign where he picked up his second Premier League winners' medal, this time under Antonio Conte.
The Belgian attacking star won two Premier League titles at Chelsea - in 2015 and 2017
One of the best performances that season was a 5-0 thrashing of Everton, with Hazard scoring two exquisite goals.
Two years earlier, Hazard registered 19 goals in 52 games in all competitions and was voted the PFA Player of the Year for his work in Jose Mourinho's title-winners.
That season, he scored the goal which clinched the Premier League, against Crystal Palace at the Bridge.
But it was his goal a season later - in a 2015-16 campaign which actually saw the Belgian's performance level drop considerably - which is perhaps the most memorable of them all.
London rivals Tottenham needed to win at the Bridge to keep their slim title chances alive. Anything else, and Leicester were champions.
Hazard scored the crucial equaliser against Tottenham which handed Leicester the 2016 title
On a feisty, raucous occasion, Spurs went 2-0 up but Chelsea roared back, with Hazard scoring the equaliser with 10 minutes to go to break Spurs hearts.
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