Belgium have been the number one team on the FIFA Rankings for some years and great things were expected of the team at the ongoing Euro 2020 tournament. In the end, the fans were left disappointed again by the golden generation. Belgium might never have the opportunity of winning a major tournament again if the cycle ends for the current set of players known as the golden generation.

The Red Devils of Belgium have never had so many talented players at once like the current team which boasts of quality players like Inter Milan striker RomeluLukaku, Manchester City playmaker Kevin De Bruyne, Real Madrid player Eden Hazard, Tottenham Hotspur defender Toby Alderweireld, Real Madrid shot stopper Thibaut Courtois and many more. The Red Devils have quality in every department especially in midfield and attack but they have so far failed to really impress at a major tournament till date.



New Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has made the decision to start his second spell at the club on a clean slate for the big name players especially. Ancelotti was asked about the Real Madrid futures of big name footballers like Eden Hazard and Gareth Bale during his unveiling on Wednesday.

Ancelotti is back at Real Madrid six years after he was sacked by the club having spent the better part of the last two seasons managing the first team squad at Everton. The Toffees could only finish in tenth position under his watch this season despite an impressive start that saw them lead the league in the opening weeks of the campaign.


Real Madrid player Eden Hazard won’t play a part in the Champions League clash with Liverpool on Wednesday night after he failed to recover in time completely from the ankle injury that has plagued him in recent games.

Eden Hazard has struggled to stay fit at Real Madrid since his move from Chelsea at the start of last season. Real Madrid paid around €100m for Hazard and it’s safe to say that the Spaniards have not gotten anything close to their money’s worth on the Belgian international.


Eden Hazard dazzled during his seven-year stay at Chelsea before his big money move to Real Madrid almost two years ago but he has not been able to replicate his Chelsea form in Spain. Real Madrid paid €100m for Eden Hazard who had a year left on his contract at Stamford Bridge and it has not been money well spent for the Spanish La Liga holders. Eden Hazard is wanted back at Chelsea by new Blues signing Thiago Silva.

Brazilian centre back Thiago Silva was asked about the ex-Chelsea player that he wants to return to Stamford Bridge and his answer was an emphatic one according to the publication from The Chelsea Chronicle. His response to the question was Eden Hazard. Thiago Silva became a Chelsea player last summer after he signed on a free transfer at the end of his contract with French champions Paris Saint Germain (PSG). Thiago Silva is an experienced centre back at the age of 36 and was thought to be the saviour of Chelsea in defence but that has not been the case as the Blues continue to struggle for form with two wins, one draw and five losses from the last eight games in the Premier League. Chelsea were at the summit but the recent run has seen them plummet to ninth spot on the Premier League standings. Continue reading HAZARD WANTED BACK AT CHELSEA



Real Madrid star Eden Hazard is in line to make his third Champions League outing of the season when his Spanish team take on Inter Milan at the San Siro in the standout game of matchday four. Hazard and Real Madrid are guests ofItalian Serie A giants Inter Milan on Wednesday night with the two teams desperate to secure a much needed result in Group B. Ahead of the game, Inter Milan and Real Madrid occupy fourth and third position respectively in the four-team group. In the other group game, German Bundesliga club Borussia Moenchengladbach host Shakthar Donetsk FC of Ukrainein one of the two early games on Wednesday. The reverse fixture ended in a 6-0 win for Group B leaders Borussia Moenchengladbach at the home of the Ukrainians. French striker Alassane Plea was the star of the show after he scored three goals.

Eden Hazard made his return to the Real Madrid squad over the weekend having missed the last league game before the international break, a 4-1 defeat to hosts Valencia, after testing positive to Covid-19 alongside club teammate Casemiro. He was forced to miss the three Belgium games during the recently concluded international break. Eden Hazard was absent for the friendly game with Switzerland at home which ended in a 2-1 win as well as the 2-0 win and 4-2 win over England and Denmark respectively in the UEFA Nations League thereby sealing a place in the finals of the competition slated for next year. Continue reading HAZARD SET FOR THIRD UCL APPEARANCE

Hazard Recuperating


Eden Hazard is working hard on his fitness ahead of his club and national duties this season. The Real Madrid and Belgium midfielder has been out of action after suffering an ankle injury earlier this year. Hazard fractured his right ankle’s fistula during Real Madrid’s 0-1 loss to Levante in February.

The injury during that match followed his 3-month rehabilitation from a similar injury last year. He has had a tough campaign the last 2 seasons being on the bench a lot during club duties. He even missed this last week’s season’s opener for Real Madrid against Real Sociedad.
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Juan Mata: Eden Hazard, Premier League’s Best Footballer

Eden Hazard has been described as the best player ever seen in the history of the Premier League by his former teammate from Chelsea, Juan Mata. The forward from Belgium recently completed a move last summer from Stamford Bridge with a fee of £88.5m to Real Madrid, the European champions for 13 times. Eden Hazard has 85 goals in his name out of 245 appearances and has assisted 54. He has two Premier League titles in the seasons 2014-15 and 2016-17. His association with the Blues came to an end. He received the winners’ medals for two Premier League seasons and also the Player of the Year given by the PFA Players group in 2015.

Hazard has always been a left-sided forward predominantly, though he was capable of playing in different attacking positions. He finished his time with the Blues with 110 goals to his name and 92 assists out of 352 appearances across all the major competitions he participated in. Whenever conversations take place on the best players of the Premier League, his name always comes up because he has been able to register a total of 85 goals in his name along with 54 assists in 245 appearances. And this is the reason why Juan Mata, the midfielder from Manchester united, feels the name of Eden Hazard should come at the beginning of every discussion.
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Since coming to Chelsea after starring at Leicester then helping the Blues win their own Premier League title after some couple of years of drought, N’GoloKante has struggled to maintain his importance at Stamford Bridge

Unlike Eden Hazard who left having reached his full potential in blue colors, Kante is yet to improve his game like his counterparts have done over the years. Even the ones like Wilfred Ndidi who replaced him at his former club and have now gone on to show the fans that their former baby Yoda didn’t even have all the answers afterall.



Passion is an admirable trait but passion without common sense is as repulsive, in an 0pposite manner. Your boss and well-wishers will always be proud of you for being aman of dignity but never stupidity.

On Thursday, two Rennes players, Eduardo Camavinga and Edouard Mendy jeopardized their club’s chances of advancing to the next round of the UEFA Champions League when they picked up a red card, each on route to their team’s 1-0 defeeat to CFR Cluj.



Real Madrid have come underpressure ahead of the new season after their disappointing 7-3 loss to rivals Atletico Madrid the match gave an indication if the problems affecting the Spanish outfit and does not bode well for the club moving forward. However manager ZinedineZidane still has time to decide his first 11. In this article we look at the possible players that could feature in the starting lineup for the club next season.

Belgium stopper ThibautCourtois should be the undisputed number one despite competition from Costa Rica international KeylorNavas. Courtois has endured a difficult start to his Real Madrid career after completing his dream move from Chelsea last summer.

In the defenceCarvajal remains one of the best rightbacks in the business and was one of the few Madrid players that performed well last season. Zidane would also have to take the difficult decision of benching leftback Marcelo for new signing FerlandMendy. Marcelo has been a great servant for the club but his best days appear to be long gone.

In central defence the pairing of Sergio Ramos and Raphael Varane has been steady in the past few seasons and should begin the season but new signing Militao could break into the first team as heposses quality.

Real Madrid also have to make key decisions in the middle of the park the trio of Casemerio, Tony Kroos and Luca Modric floundered last season. The signing of Paul Pogba or Christian Eriksen could bring the much needed energy to the midfield.

Upfront is where Madrid strength lie, Belgium forward Eden Hazard would have to shoulder most of the attacking responsibility after moving from Chelsea.  While French forward KarimBenzema and Luka Jovic could complete an attacking trio in the 4-3-3 formation favoured by manager Zidane. Welsh forward Gareth Bale has an outside chance depending on whether he regains his form.