Eden Hazard ends His International Career Stint with a heartfelt message “A page turns today… thank you for your love. Thank you for your unparalleled support. Thank you for all this happiness shared since 2008. I have decided to put an end to my international career. The succession is ready. I will miss you.”
The Real Madrid winger made126 international appearances, scoring 33 goals and captaining his country 56 times. However, he made little contribution to the Fifa 2022 World Cup playing an hour in the win against Canada and the defeat by Morocco and coming on for the final three minutes and added time in the goalless draw against Croatia.
The former Chelsea star made his Senior debut in 2008 aged 17 for Belgium made the decision to retire after his country failed to qualify past the group stages in Qatar. This marks the beginning of the end of the Belgium’s ‘Golden Generation’ which followa as manager Roberto Martinez announced he would be leaving his post immediately after their group stage exit.
Eden Hazard ends His International Career Stint
Hazard will be hoping to put all focus at the club level and try to get back as a starter in the Real Madrid squad where things hasn’t gone as planned since he left Stamford Bridge in 2019 after completing an £87million move to Madrid but has since failed to impress during his time in the Spanish capital. The Belgian winger has been injured on 15 occasions for the LaLiga giants missing a total of 71 matches for Madrid.