Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri, attempted to explain the very best position for an on-fire Eden Hazard during Saturday’s match vs Leicester City.As Chelsea gets ready for the upcoming Premier League match against Leicester City at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, manager Maurizio Sarri offered a great lecture on how to use Eden Hazard the best for the squad’s benefit.The Belgian player started the season on fire for the Blues, then he fell injured and lowered his goal-production just a bit but he seems to have recovered it as he has scored in Chelsea’s last two matches in two different competitions.Now that Sarri’s best player is back in top form, the Italian manager understands that a superstar like him can literally be used in any part of the pitch and he will be just as good.Sarri is thinking something very similar to what legendary manager Carlos Bilardo used to think about Messi or Maradona, these are players who can even be recognized as box-to-box stars and their repertoire is too great to waste by limiting them to a specific part of the pitch.Given how great Hazard is playing this season, he is the type of player who can’t really get any restrictions because he can change the outcome of the game at any given moment throughout the 90 minutes.What is @HazardEden10’s best position?Maurizio Sarri has had his say… 👇https://t.co/Vkh6b635Me— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) December 21, 2018But using Eden Hazard so free up front, means that the main strikers Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata would remain on the bench at least at the start of the match.Given that Maurizio Sarri’s tactical modification has worked very well in the last two matches, the boss has decided to start using Eden in that position on a more permanent basis.The Italian manager explained that he had to talk individually with each player, he confirmed that none of them showed any signs of disagreement because they know that Eden Hazard is one of the best players in the world and he might be the one who can take them to win trophies this season.It’s funny how we were the ones who talked more in-depth about Sarri using Hazard as a ‘False 9’ a few weeks ago, and now the wager has worked out perfectly for the club.The interesting part of this experiment, will come when Eden Hazard gets to play in the same position against a more complicated rival.Pochettino admits Wanyama remains in his Spurs plans Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Kenyan international, Victor Wanyama, was the protagonist of a summer transfer saga, but in the end, he is set to stay at Tottenham Hotspur.When that happens, we will know if this experiment that Sarri is conducting with his best player really is the answer to all of Chelsea’s questions.That’s 99 goals for @HazardEden10!💯 coming soon, Eden? 👀 #CHEBOU pic.twitter.com/wMOnv7QTen— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) December 19, 2018“In the first match it was a tactical choice, then I wanted to see if the solution could work in all situations, so I needed two or three matches to be sure it’s the right solution,” said Sarri via Chelsea’s official website.“I explained my point of view to Giroud and we will see. At the moment it’s good, we played a good match against City and at Brighton we were very dangerous for 60 minutes and then it was a difficult kind of match, very physical, not the best for us.”“We needed to kill the match before, my players felt it was under control and without problems. We need to avoid this because on the pitch we need to keep the match in that situation.”“I don’t know at the moment, Giroud played 90 minutes three days ago and Morata started training with the group only yesterday after 10 days, so we will see in the last training session.”“I don’t know because I was sure about the match against City, of course not the result, but that with Hazard in that position we could play a good match, I was quite sure.”“Then against Brighton I started to see this situation in different matches, now I want to see it in a home match against a team who are very compact with low density, we have to see,” he concluded.Chelsea v Leicester tomorrow! 👌 #FlashbackFriday pic.twitter.com/vwSEsracLE— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) December 21, 2018What do you think about Maurizio Sarri’s decision to give Eden Hazard more freedom to play up front at Chelsea? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.