The greatest athletes are attacking their clubs during the World Cup break. Eden Hazard has since replaced Cristiano Ronaldo as the subject.
The Belgian football player voiced some unfavorable opinions, particularly toward his “five-minute” conversation with Carlo Ancelotti, his current coach.
“I’ve thought of these years as a failure. Having so many wounds is unusual, and I’ve never been able to demonstrate my abilities. I didn’t actually win the Champions League, in my opinion. I participated in a few games, such as the round of 16 in Paris, but much like in La Liga, I had no impact. At Chelsea, I was always the best, whereas under Zidane at Real Madrid, I only occasionally played well.
We had a conversation before he departed. He felt bad for me because it didn’t turn out the way I had hoped “He spoke to “L’Equipe.”
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At that moment, he recalled the Italian: “Ancelotti and I haven’t had many conversations. Five minutes into the season, only once. In any event, I’ve never had many conversations with my coaches since I don’t go to them to find out if I need to do this or that.”
“If I’m being completely honest, I’m not as good as I was in 2018. I’ve endured significant physical and mental suffering, but I’m not showing it. I’m not ashamed to admit that. I think I was one of the top ten players in the world in 2018.
The Belgian attacker stated, “I don’t think I can get back to that level, but if my body lets me, I can still accomplish great things.
“You’re not required to hide. Although we are not as powerful as in 2018, our youth is superior to that of Russia. Everything is possible because the quality is present. That quality enables you to make the difference in competitive matchups. If Lukaku plays, we have tremendous players,” Hazard said.