The Belgian star was grateful to have faced some tough challenges. As Real Madrid made a triumphant return at La Liga, Zinedine Zidane was pleased to see Eden Hazard dazzle saying Hazard began the match at Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium on Sunday as Madrid won 3-1 against Eibar to move back to two purposes of Barcelona’s league leadership.
Hazard’s first season at the club has been scourged by injury issues following his £ 88 million ($112 m) transfer from Chelsea and there were fears his career was over when he fractured his ankle in February.
The coronavirus-implemented break gave the forward more opportunity to recoup and he looked sharp against Eibar in the principal half, setting up Sergio Ramos for the subsequent goal and playing a key job in the third of Marcelo.
The danger was forced to bear some extraordinary challenges and was replaced after 61 minutes, yet there were barely any issues with head coach Zidane.
“We realized Eden lacked a touch of beat to play the whole game. Ultimately, he played for an hour and also played well. They gave him a decent blow, a scare, however, that’s football. He said he was all privilege at the break, he was glad he was hit, so he wasn’t afraid. He’s pleased about what he’s done and we’re glad, too,” Zidane said.
In the fourth moment, Toni Kroos broke the deadlock as Madrid dominated the principal half, however, their standards slipped after the break and Eibar threatened to make life troublesome after Pedro Bigas redirected in a Pablo De Blasis shoot.
Zidane said, “It’s a serious unexpected thing in comparison to what we’ve done previously. We have to adjust. We started the game well however in the subsequent half, it was troublesome. I don’t think it was physical because we’re solid and steady. The principal half I’m going to take-that was dominant. It is a significant success. Perhaps we relaxed in the second. Especially there wasn’t a certain something. We had to make the changes: Dani Carvajal sprayed his ankle, Ramos also had inconvenience, Danger because he hadn’t played for quite a while … I don’t think it was the changes that changed the game.”