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Eden Hazard told Chelsea TV he thought he "kicked the ball and not the boy" during the Capital One Cup semi-final and apologised for the incident.
Please note Hazard's words are translated into English immediately after every answer.
Police were stationed outside the house of the ball boy who was apparently kicked by Chelsea forward Eden Hazard to prevent the media approaching the property.
Chelsea footballer Eden Hazard apologised after he was sent off for appearing to kick a Swansea ball boy during the League Cup semi final second leg.
Some people are saying he should face further punishment from the FA.
ITV Daybreak correspondent Richard Gaisford reports from ball boy Charlie Morgan's home village in Tycroes.
Speaking on Sky Sports, former Chelsea and England manager Glenn Hoddle said:
"Mark my words, the ball boys will have been told to do that.
"As a manager, if you've got ball boys, you will tell people instructing the ball boys that if you're winning the game, don't give the ball back quickly."
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Chelsea's Eden Hazard was sent off after he kicked a ball boy who had refused to return the ball near the end of a League Cup semi final.