Chelsea duo Eden Hazard and Willian have been nominated for two monthly awards in the English Premier League for their achievements in September.

Belgian ace Hazard has been shortlisted to received the EA Sports Premier League Player of the Month award while Blues teammate Willian is up for the Premier League Goal of the month award.

Hazard has enjoyed a truly stunning start to the season which has seen many pundits give the view that the attacker is currently the best player in the world right now, The 2018 FIFA World Cup runner-up has already hit seven goals for The Blues this season including six in September.

Chelsea beat Cardiff City 4-1 at Stamford Bridge in the English Premier League a couple of weeks ago with Hazard hitting a hat-trick while he scored against Liverpool at The Bridge last weekend. The forward’s best goal of September came in the Carabao Cup as he struck a stunner against Liverpool during which the player had shown some great skill to create the goalscoring opportunity for himself.

Hazard has been nominated for the award alongside Willy Boly, Alexandre Lacazette, James Maddison, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Raheem Sterling. You can vote for Hazard by clicking here.

Winger Willian’s goal against Cardiff City has seen him nominated for the Premier League’s Goal of the Month award. The Brazilian curled in a wonderful effort from range which the goalkeeper had no chance of reaching.

As well as Willian’s goal, strikes from Kyle Walker, Wilfried Zaha, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Ilkay Gundogan, Alexandre Lacazette, Sergio Aguero and Daniel Sturridge have also been nominated. You can vote for Willian by clicking here.

The winners of the awards will be announced later this month.

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