Real Madrid didn’t need Hazard’s brilliance to crown themselves


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Real Madrid didn't need Hazard's brilliance to crown themselves

The Belgian, the stellar reinforcement for the season, played less than half the games, suffered several injuries and only scored one goal against Granada.

Real Madrid looked for Eden Hazard in 2019 with the aim of continuing to add titles to his achievements and a year later he achieved a new consecration in The league, although without too much importance of the Belgian player in the team of Zinedine Zidane.

Hazard cost about 100 million euros to Chelsea, in the most expensive contract in the history of the club, and his presentation to fans at the Santiago Bernabeú was worthy of what was done at Cristiano Ronaldo in 2009 in the white shirt.

He debuted only on the fourth date against Levante, after suffering a muscle injury in a preseason friendly and that would be the prelude to what happened with Hazard in the campaign.

In November, he had a perimaleolar concussion suffered on his right leg with a cross against his compatriot Thomas Meunier, from PSG, for the Champions League and that took him away for 83 days from the competition. On his return, a fissure in the right distal fibula took him out of the Champions League leg against Manchester City, in the 2-1 fall, and in the expected duel with Barcelona that ended with a 2-0 white victory in Madrid.

At the beginning of July, Zidane preferred to protect them from duels against Getafe and Athletic to avoid carrying their punished fibula. With that decision, Hazard went on to miss 21 of the 37 matches played by Real Madrid until he was crowned champion.

In his 16 games with the Madrid shirt, 12 of them were with victories under his presence and he only scored one goal against Granada, the second for the 4-2 victory.

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