Former Chelsea winger Eden Hazard makes confession about teammate Leandro Trossard
Eden Hazard, a famous player for Real Madrid, said that he wondered why Leandro Trossard, who plays for Arsenal, wasn’t picked to start for Belgium at the 2022 FIFA World Cup instead of him.
After Belgium was knocked out of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, Hazard said he would no longer play for his country.
Even though Hazard didn’t play much for Real Madrid, he started for Belgium in both of their first group games, against Canada and Morocco.
Trossard got his first start of the tournament, while the former Chelsea player sat on the bench for Belgium’s last Group F game against Croatia.
Hazard told RTBF that Leandro Trossard was talked about as a candidate for him “because he was having a good season.”
I didn’t know why I had to act and he had to stay in the background. People usually think that kind of thing.
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“Even more so after the game against Egypt, where neither I nor we did very well. We both didn’t play that well, though.
Even though he didn’t play in any of Portugal’s last World Cup games, Cristiano Ronaldo is still with the team more than Eden is with Belgium. Since it’s sports, it’s something to expect.