Ex-Chelsea star Eden Hazard, has made impressive return to Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano training based as Zinedine Zidane’s squad put through their paces at club training based on Monday morning.
Hazard, who shone in Real Madrid’s goalless draw with Real Betis on Saturday, by created more chances in just 13th minutes on the pitch, taking the spirit into club training based on Monday, showcasing a wide array of impressive finishing techniques.
The Belgian star has missed 22 matches through injury and illness so far this season and his return from injury will be major boost for Spanish champions while huge blow for his former club, Chelsea, who face the La-Liga side in semi-final of the Uefa Champions League.
Hazard was showed being well prepare for crucial clash against Chelsea, as he showcasing a wide array of impressive finishing techniques while also involved in final preparations with rest of Zidane’s squad ahead of Uefa Champions League semi-final first-leg tie against the Blues at Santiago Bernabeu.
Meanwhile, Los Blancos boss Zinedine Zidane has confirmed the Belgian star could start Tuesday’s semi-final first leg after returning from a muscle injury during Saturday’s 0-0 draw against Real Betis.
‘I don’t see Eden having any doubts,’ Zidane said during a press conference on Monday morning.
‘He looked very good on the field the other day. That was the important thing, not feeling any of his old problems. Now he is good, and now to push on.
‘We are happy to have him with us, he will bring a lot to the team.’
Even his team-mate, Raphael Varane, says the former Chelsea favourite is determined to impress against his former team.
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‘I have spoken with him, he is very motivated,’ Varane said of Hazard during his own press conference ahead of Tuesday’s first leg.
‘Playing a Champions semi-final encourages anyone, but if you play against your old club it is one more motivation.
‘He knows the club and the team we face very well. We know his qualities and the desire he has to help the team.’