- Eden Hazard says he wishes to play more games for Real Madrid after being left out too many times of the Los Blancos squad this season
- Hazard has made just 29 starts and 22 substitute appearances in La Liga since his big-money transfer from Chelsea to the Bernabeu in 2019
- The Belgian winger has rarely put together a run of consistent performances, not helped by a succession of injuries since he joined Real Madrid
Eden Hazard is presently not happy with his predicament at Real Madrid as the Belgian winger has struggled for game time under manager Carlo Ancelotti.
The 31-year-old has had just two starts this season and has found the net once in four appearances for the Spanish and European champions.
Speaking after Belgium’s UEFA Nations League 2-1 triumph against Wales, Hazard described his situation at Real Madrid as delicate and opened up on his wishes to get more game time, Sports Mole reports.
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"There have been difficult times because I want to play and I don't play. I feel good at Real Madrid, I just play less. And when I play, I play well. It's a delicate situation because I want to play more."
Since Hazard's high-profile move from Chelsea to the Bernabeu in 2019, the Belgian winger has struggled to string together a run of solid performances, which hasn't been helped by lots of injuries.
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Meanwhile, Belgium coach Roberto Martinez has claimed that Eden Hazard is 'happy' again and remains unfazed by his lack of minutes at Real Madrid, Goal reports.
Martinez featured the Real Madrid star for 65 minutes for his national team as Belgium posted a 2-1 triumph over Wales in the UEFA Nations League on Thursday, September, 22.
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The Belgian manager insists he will continue to back Hazard and is revealed that the forward will feature in the upcoming Nations League fixtures and remains in his plans for the World Cup in Qatar.
Carlo Ancelotti explains the reason for dropping Eden Hazard
The La Liga reigning champions needed Karim Benzema to bail them out with two late goals to defeat a stubborn Espanyol team 3-1 at the RCDE Stadium.
Carlo Ancelotti has now revealed his decision not to field Eden Hazard at all in the encounter even when Los Blancos were chasing a winning goal late on.