Hazard: Chelsea not equipped to win Champions League

The Belgian has downplayed his side's chances of winning the competition for the second time despite reaching the quarterfinals following a comfortable 2-0 win over Galatasaray.
Eden Hazard refused to get excited after Chelsea reached the Champions League quarterfinals, insisting there are better teams left in the competition.

Goals from Samuel Eto'o and Gary Cahill saw the Blues run out a comfortable 2-0 winner - 3-1 on aggregate - over Galatasaray on Tuesday evening as Didier Drogba's return to Stamford Bridge proved an anticlimax.

But with the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich already booking their quarterfinal spots, Hazard has downplayed Chelsea's chances of winning the Champions League for a second time.

"I think there are teams better equipped to win [the Champions League]," Hazard told beIN Sports.

"We have a team with young players who do not have enough experience of high-intensity games. But we will do our best and we will go as far as possible."

Hazard did admit he would be delighted to draw Ligue 1 champion Paris Saint-Germain and return to France for the first time since joining Chelsea from Lille in 2012.

He added: "It would be a pleasure to face PSG, even if they are really strong and we have nothing to be envious of."