Hazard is going through a difficult period in terms of football, according to Roberto Martinez.

Roberto Martinez, the coach of Belgium, has expressed his sympathies for Eden Hazard, whose career seems to be on the decline.

During his tenure at Real Madrid, the 30-year-old winger has been plagued by injuries, and his national team coach has exposed the agony that goes on behind the scenes.
“At football terms, he’s in a terrible period,” Martinez told Cadena Cope’s ‘El Partidazo.’

“He has been a part of successful teams in the past, but he simply can’t get into a rhythm right now [due to injuries].”

“Everyone speaks about him, but no one knows the whole story.”

Belgium has had a pleasant season, despite losing to France in the UEFA Nations League semi-finals in October. The Red Devils won their group and went undefeated in the process, qualifying for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

Martinez said, “We needed that game [against France] to prepare ourselves for the World Cup.”

“As a group, we’ve matured.”

Martinez on Barcelona’s connections
Martinez, a Catalan, has attempted to maintain his focus on the job with Belgium, although he has heard rumors about a prospective transfer to Barcelona.

He claimed, “There was never an offer.”

“I’ve heard the rumors in previous years, but I’ve been focused on Belgium.”
Martinez also praised Luis Enrique, who he believes has imbued the Spanish national squad with “a definite style.”

A World Cup match-up between these two managers and their squads next winter would be tantalizing.

Source Marca

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