Apr 30, 2014 at 7.45pm UK at ​Stamford Bridge
Chelsea
1-3
AtleticoAtletico Madrid
Torres (36')
Cahill (32')
FT(HT: 1-1)
Adrian (44'), Costa (60' pen.), Turan (72')
Costa (60'), Adrian (65')

Eden Hazard: 'Chelsea not made to play football'

Hazard: 'Chelsea not made to play football'
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Chelsea winger Eden Hazard insinuates that his team's style of play places too much responsibility on his shoulders.

Chelsea winger Eden Hazard has raised fresh questions about his future at Stamford Bridge with comments made in the wake of his side's exit from the Champions League.

The Belgian declared that the Blues are "not made to play football" following their 3-1 aggregate defeat to Atletico Madrid in the semi-finals of the competition.

"I don't know what we lacked," he told beIN Sport. "After scoring, we had the game in our hands. Maybe they wanted it more than we did... It was an intense game. Beautiful to watch with opportunities.

"I'm sad but logic has been respected because they deserved to qualify. Chelsea is not made to play football. We're good on the counter, a little bit like Real against Bayern.

"We did it well tonight since we scored. But their goal hurt us before the break. We failed to make the difference in the second half."

The midfielder also insinuated that Chelsea's style of play places too much demand on him, claiming that he is "often asked to do it all by [himself]".

He added: "Often, I'm asked to do it all by myself and it's not easy. It was a complicated game. It will be a lesson for us regarding next year."

Atletico's victory at Stamford Bridge has set up an all-Madrid final against their city rivals Real Madrid.

Diego Costa of Club Atletico de Madrid scores from the penalty spot during the UEFA Champions League semi-final second leg match between Chelsea and Club Atletico de Madrid at Stamford Bridge on April 30, 2014
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