Oblak, widely considered one of the best goalkeepers in world football, was reportedly the subject of a £90m bid which triggered the release clause in his current contract but the 25-year-old opted to remain in Spain and continue working under Diego Simeone.
Pedro applied the finishing touch after Hazard accelerated forward with objective before unselfishly teeing up the Spaniard, who was cool and collected before lifting the ball over the onrushing Hamer, watching it trickle into the corner.
Part of that was down to the quality of Huddersfield's press, a positive sign for David Wagner's side after the more passive approach of last season, but Sarri's side didn't take care of the ball as well as their manager would've liked.
But the Spaniard just looked a yard off pace from the start with sloppy passing and some poor first touches.
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And when the crosses did come in, Morata could not get himself on the end of them, being crowded out well by the Huddersfield defence. "But I have seen a player who is very happy to stay here, so I think it will be no problem, the new contract".
The World Cup victor started his first game under the tutelage of Maurizio Sarri against Huddersfield and proved to be the most unlikely goalscorer when he found the net 34 minutes into the trip to the John Smith Stadium with a bouncing side-foot volley with his weaker left peg.
The midfielder, who joined manager Maurizio Sarri in moving from Napoli in July, scored in the 45th minute to help usher in the new era at Chelsea. Jorginho with a slow, nonchalant run-up, strokes the ball down the middle and Hamer doesn't get close to it.
Also, Jorginho only misplaced four of his 66 attempted passes, recording an accuracy of 93.9% - the best of any player to start the match. This would have been one for Huddersfield, but it is still early.
Real have been chasing the Chelsea star for the past year and had hoped to sign him this summer after losing Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus. Jorginho stepped up and cooly found the back of the net. Maurizio Sarri's side bossed possession from the outset in West Yorkshire, where it took 20 minutes for Alex Pritchard to muster a shot on target - an attempt that was straight down the barrel and comfortably stopped. Jorginho also impressed and Eden Hazard was typically brilliant when he came on in the second half.