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Eden Hazard Tried To Give Toni Kroos Son Champagne

Ryan Sidle

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Eden Hazard Tried To Give Toni Kroos Son Champagne

Eden Hazard got so carried away with winning the Champions League that he tried to give Toni Kroos' son champagne to join in.

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It was a hell of a night for Real Madrid, as they became the 14 times champions of Europe, after beating Liverpool in the Champions League final.

Vinicius Junior's second half goal, combined with a masterclass from Thibaut Courtois, that will go down as one of the all time final performances, led to their 1-0 win over Liverpool.

The final whistle brought scenes of celebration from Carlo Ancelotti's team and they of course carried on into the dressing room, once the team had got their hands on the trophy and their winner's medals.

Fans on social media noticed that in the behind the scenes footage, Hazard could be seen pouring champagne into Kroos' son's mouth, before his dad stopped him.

Kroos' son is eight, but the German midfielder didn't seem too annoyed with his teammate, as they pretty much went straight back to celebrating together straight away.

The 32-year-old had already been left pretty p*ssed off after full time, due to a couple of questions he was asked by a reporter on the pitch.

Kroos was talking to German television when the reporter asked about Liverpool dominating the game, even though the possession was pretty even.

Not having the question at all, the former Bayern Munich star said "You had 90 minutes and you come up with two shit questions," before walking away from the interview.

Kroos with his legendary midfield partners Luka Modric and Casemiro. Image: Alamy
Kroos with his legendary midfield partners Luka Modric and Casemiro. Image: Alamy

Saturday actually marked the 10th anniversary of Hazard announcing that he was going to be signing for Chelsea, with most of Europe's elite after the then Lille player.

It was significant to Real's win because the Belgian chose the Blues after their own Champions League win over Bayern Munich, tweeting "I'm signing for the champions league winner."

He then missed out on winning the competition with the west London club in 2021, having moved to Spain in 2019, with Real's previous victory in the competition coming in 2018.

With the win over Jurgen Klopp's side, the 31-year-old is now a European champion in his own right, even if he didn't actually play too many minutes throughout the season.

Featured Image Credit: Real Madrid

Topics: Toni Kroos, Eden Hazard, Champions League, Real Madrid, La Liga

Ryan Sidle
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