December 7, 2022

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Eden Hazard

Eden Hazard: “I hope to prove on the court that I’m still at my best” | World Cup 2022

Eden Hazard hasn’t had much fun with the new football season at the moment, but he’s looking forward to the World Cup with hope. The Real Madrid striker is still convinced of his qualities, as he said in an interview on the FIFA website.

At the 2018 World Cup, Eden Hazard still made a big impression, but since then the Belgian star captain hasn’t shone much. Which Hazard is expected by the fans in Qatar?

“I have to raise the bar. I will try to perform better than in 2018. It will be difficult, because he was really good at that time. I am lucky to be the captain of a good and great football country and we are ready for that. We force ourselves to We have high expectations,” Hazard said.

The Real Madrid striker also talked about his difficult period in the Spanish capital. “It was a little difficult. I had some injuries and there were some doubts and things like that in my head,” it seems.

“Now everything is back to normal. The only thing I’m looking forward to is to be able to prove that I’m still at my best on the field. I can’t say more about that.”

I have to raise the bar high. I will try to do better than it was in 2018.

Eden Hazard

Hazard also takes into account and evaluates the opponents of the Red Devils. In the World Cup, he will meet his Croatian teammate in Real Luka Modric.

“Everyone knows Croatia, they have some great players. I’m lucky enough to play with their captain, Luka Modric, every day. There is little to say about him that hasn’t been said already. They have a talented team and that’s why they made it.” 4 years before the final.

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“We don’t know Canada and Morocco well, but we will have time to get to know them. They have very good players. Morocco has Hakimi, which proves that they also have a lot of potential.”

“In Canada there are also talented players like Jonathan David. I watch him because he plays for Lille, one of my former clubs. It’s always good to play against teams from another continent. That’s the beauty of it.” world Cup.”

“Golden generation? We haven’t won anything yet.”

For the so-called Golden Generation of the Red Devils, Qatar may be the last chance to harvest. Eden Hazard believes the team deserves this title only then.

“We’ll deserve it if we win something. Obviously this is a great generation, but we haven’t won anything yet,” it seems.

“If we really want the ‘golden generation’ as a title, all we have to do is win a cup.”