Eden Hazard, the Belgian footballer who currently plays for Real Madrid, recently opened up about what he misses the most about playing football. When asked by a journalist what he missed the most, Hazard replied, “To play, to be on the pitch, to feel important,” via RTBF.
For him, it’s not just about winning or losing, it’s about being able to contribute to his team and feel a sense of purpose on the pitch.
It’s clear that Hazard has a deep love for football, and this is reflected in his playing style. He is known for his technical ability, dribbling skills, and creativity on the ball. He has won numerous awards and accolades throughout his career, including the Premier League Player of the Season award in 2014-2015.
However, Hazard has also struggled with injuries throughout his career, which have prevented him from playing as much as he would like. He has missed a significant amount of playing time due to various injuries, including ankle, thigh, and hamstring injuries. Especially after joining Real Madrid, he didn’t get enough game time to play.