Both sides made nine changes with one eye on the top of the table Premier League clash between the same two sides on Saturday.
Nevertheless, his recent goal-scoring record in the competition is as good as anyone else.
Chelsea assistant boss Gianfranco Zola has insisted that his side's win over Liverpool on Wednesday night will have no bearing when the two sides meet again on Saturday.
Don't worry, Jordan, you're not the first player to get angry about not being able to tackle Hazard and you certainly won't be the last. Hazard told Sky Sports, adding to Chelsea TV that the goal was up there as one of his best ever.
Eden Hazard then came off from the bench to give Chelsea and its fans some delicious solo play before netting the victor in the 85th minute to knock Liverpool out of the Carabao Cup. "It is on the top of the list, top three".
In the video below, when the referee awards a free-kick on the egde of Liverpool's box, Henderson turns around to Hazard on the floor and screams at him.
"In my opinion we haven't seen the best of him yet".
"So I'd say it was between those two but you can't discount Chelsea".
"If he could have played in Mo on a one-on-one situation in the last minute of the game it would have been not too bad".
Sarri did start some regulars at Anfield in the Carabao Cup win, but the likes of Kepa Arrizabalaga, Marcos Alonso and Jorginho are set to come back in at Stamford Bridge. "That's the most important thing".
'Eden's growing fast, he's growing fast in maturity, in choices he's making on the pitch and I think, in my opinion, we haven't seen the best yet. That contributed to a slow start at Chelsea and cost Barkley his England place ahead of the World Cup but the 24-year-old is confident that, with more game time under Sarri, his global prospects will improve along with his form.