So Eden Hazard has caused a bit of a stir due to a post-match interview he gave to the French version of beIN Sports after Chelsea were knocked out of the Champions League last night.
He told the reporter in question that 'Chelsea are not made to play football, we are good on the counter-attack, a bit like Real against Bayern Munich.'
Now this has been interpreted by many as Hazard criticising Chelsea's tactics and some are even going to so far as suggesting that it could be him issuing a (cliché alert) come-and-get-me plea to PSG.
However, could it not just be that he was giving an honest analysis of the match? Explaining why it was difficult for Chelsea to get a result against a well organised team who, unlike Bayern against Real Madrid the night previously, had no problem sitting back and inviting their opponents onto them?
Granted he also said 'Often, I'm asked to do it [counter attack] all by myself and it's not easy,' but again, maybe he was just being honest than pointedly critical. I'm sure he's also well aware that Mourinho will be bringing in more attacking options in the summer that will take much of the burden off Hazard next season. I highly doubt the Belgian was throwing his toys out of the pram.