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Guus Hiddink: We were lacking some attacking players and had to adapt


Chelsea interim manager Guus Hiddink says he is happy with the goalless draw away at Manchester United.

The Blues have only won one game in December as they continue to struggle to move up the table.

But the Dutchman was delighted to take one point out of a "difficult game".

"On the one hand, I am happy with a point because we had a difficult game," Hiddink told BBC Sport.

"But on the other, we had two big chances to get three points. We were lacking some attacking players and had to adapt. In general, I'm happy.

"Hazard is very mobile and can go either way. His preference is the left and he's doing very well in the centre. All our strikers are injured, so we have to adapt."

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