Eden Hazard Receives 2/10 Rating From L'Equipe On His Full Real Madrid Debut
Eden Hazard was awarded a rating of just 2/10 from L'Equipe on his full Real Madrid debut.
Hazard was brutally trolled online for his awful display against Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League and the French newspaper were equally unimpressed with the £100 million summer signing.
They didn't hold back in their assessment of the 28-year-old Belgium ace, handing him a 2/10 rating.
Hazard received the lowest score from both sides. He was closely followed by teammates James Rodriguez and Dani Carvajal who both received a rating of 3/10.
Following Real Madrid's 3-0 defeat in Paris, Spanish outlet Marca wrote: "Real Madrid's Galactico signing didn't hide but he didn't have an impact on the game either. They need him to be at his best sooner rather than later."
AS also claim that the player is "somewhat out of shape".
Speaking on BT Sport, Rio Ferdinand shared his thoughts on the ex-Chelsea player.
"When you go to a new club, especially the size of Real Madrid, you've got to earn the right to be the player who gets all the ball, that talisman that you look to first," he explained.
"He's got to do something in the training games and the actual games that he plays that makes people go: 'we actually need to play him the ball.'
"I'm fearful for him that he's gone there at the wrong time. This is a team that's ageing, this is a team that doesn't feel like its on the way up, there's not much spark about them and that's going to affect him."
Hazard has had a tough start to his career at Real Madrid. He's only returned to the first team after sustaining a hamstring injury, which ruled him out for a few weeks.
He's clearly not match fit as he endures a miserable start to the new season.