Eden Hazard was signed by Real Madrid to be their newest superstar following Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure, yet injuries and a lack of rhythm has hindered the Belgian’s progress, leading him to describe the 2019/20 season as the worst of his career.
With that being said, Hazard will still walk away from his debut campaign as a LaLiga Santander winner, and he will hope there is a realistic chance of Champions League success too, especially given Manchester City’s indifferent form of late.
“This year we have collectively won the title, but I’ve had the worst season of my career on an individual level,” Hazard admitted in an interview with FranceInfo.
“We all know Zidane as a player, he was the best, but as a coach we don’t even need to describe him anymore.
“He has shown, in just a few years, that he is already one of the best coaches, he is a person who simply knows how to say things at the right time, he trusts his players and his players trust him, that’s why it works.”