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Chelsea icon Eden Hazard is poised to grace the Stamford Bridge pitch once more, this time for the Soccer Aid charity match in support of UNICEF.

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Having bid farewell to professional football after his Real Madrid contract concluded, Hazard looks forward to donning his boots again for a noble cause this summer. He has been selected to represent the World XI team against England.

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In anticipation of the event, Hazard expressed his excitement, reminiscing about his illustrious years at Chelsea and the memories shared with the fans. He emphasized the opportunity to create new history through Soccer Aid for UNICEF, rallying supporters to join him in contributing to this charitable endeavor.

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The World XI will be led by Chelsea’s current manager, Mauricio Pochettino, marking a reunion with Hazard on the Stamford Bridge turf. On the opposing side, England’s team will be managed by Frank Lampard, Hazard’s former teammate and predecessor at Chelsea, alongside Harry Redknapp and Robbie Williams.

Pochettino and Lampard both expressed their eagerness to partake in the charitable event, highlighting the significance of Soccer Aid for UNICEF and the remarkable atmosphere expected at a sold-out Stamford Bridge. They urged fans to secure their tickets and support the cause, emphasizing the impact of their contributions in transforming the lives of children worldwide.

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