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Since moving to La Liga from Chelsea in 2019, for a reported initial €100 million, things haven't gone well for Hazard at all.
Once considered one of the best players in the world, the Belgian has missed a lot of games through several injuries and when he has been fit his form has been well off the pace.
The 30-year-old was recently described as the 'worst football business in history,' although that was by a Manchester United fan who might want to forget his own team's signing of Alexis Sanchez...
Despite the recent downturn in fortunes, one fan has put together a compilation of all the Belgian's best bits, and there's no doubting how great he really was.
Eden Hazard's greatness deserves more respect from the wider football world. Undoubtedly one of the greatest players of his generation.- LDN (@LDNFootbalI) March 20, 2021
146 G/A's in 245 Premier League appearances, and truly incredible to watch. Legend of the hame. pic.twitter.com/D5NGHqmzwg
Hazard joined Chelsea from Lille in 2012, just after they beat Bayern Munich to win the Champions League, and stayed at Stamford Bridge for nine seasons.
During his time in west London, the Belgian scored 110 times in 352 appearances and won two Premier League titles, the FA Cup and two Europa League titles.
The Los Blancos star has already captured his first La Liga tile in Spain, but he played just 16 games in the league last season.
Speaking recently about the 11 injuries Hazard has had since moving to the Spanish capital, manager Zinedine Zidane said, "They're things that I can't explain. I want to be positive and hope that it's not too much of a problem.
"Something's up, because he was never injured in his entire career (before joining Real) or there were very few injuries. It's something new.
"I can't really give any more of an explanation. We want to help him and hope he's back as soon as possible.
"We're going to try and figure out why it's happening (the club's injuries), but right now we can't explain it. We've spoken about things like the lack of pre-season, amount of games and the mental aspect."
It is quite the incredible fall from grace in just two years, when previously he was talked about in the same company as the likes of Neymar, Kevin de Bruyne and Kylian Mbappe, in the section of players below Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
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