But Morris - now assistant to Chelsea icon Frank Lampard at Derby County - thinks Hazard is the most talented player to play for the Stamford Bridge outfit over the likes of Zola, Didier Drogba and Peter Osgood.
"There will be a lot of discussions about VAR, it's not ideal - offside, the free-kick for the first goal", Klopp told Sky Sports.
Former Chelsea midfielder Jody Morris was also in the Sky Sports studio on Wednesday evening and argued Hazard has more talent than any other player in the club's history.
"So I don't feel bad, because it was only unlucky".
Five more League Cup games are coming your way on Wednesday and a big one at Anfield headlines the action.
Both sides made eight changes with one eye on the Premier League clash on Saturday.
"When I received the ball I just tried to do what I can do and I did well so we can go through".
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Harder for me to come to terms because Keita is supposed to be the best signing made by Liverpool.
If Sarri's team win again on Saturday, perhaps it is they who will emerge as the side to beat this season, simply because they have the greater options beyond the first XI.
Chelsea assistant manager Gianfranco Zola hailed Hazard, saying: "It's a fantastic goal".
"[Ross] Barkley - not a lot - but he's offside, they watched it and didn't think it was offside so we have to take that".
"And then the situation - I didn't see it in the game, of course, but when they started using the VAR I knew it was close, obviously, and it was close, it was really close".
Any win boosts morale, particularly one against a major rival in the race for silverware, but Liverpool will not be weighed down by the defeat in the same manner as Chelsea are uplifted by their victory.
There is nothing like winning a trophy to give a team confidence and self-belief and even though a League Cup alone will not mean Liverpool have a successful season, they should give everything they have got to be in the final at Wembley in February. "That's what I did today".