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Eden Hazard: “My ankle will never be the same as it was 10 years ago” | European Football Championship 2020

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The captain of the Devils is growing back to his best level at this tournament, but he is not there yet. “I don’t think I can play 90 minutes at the moment. We’ll see how it goes against Finland. I’ll try to play as many minutes as possible.”

“I’d rather play 75 good minutes than 90 mediocre minutes. Scared of duels? I can’t think about that. That’s part of my game.”

“I never doubted my qualities. But I did doubt whether I would get 100 percent fit again. As you know, I have now broken my ankle three times and it may never be the same as at the beginning of my career ten year ago.”

“I have to live with that. When I’m in shape, I know what I can do. Or am I afraid that the opponents now know my weak spot? “Then I have to learn to play smarter. It’s that simple. I just have to find a solution.”

The assembled press had a lot of questions about Real Madrid and although the press officer for the Devils was not always happy with that, Hazard answered. “Do I feel freer here than in Madrid? There is a lot of pressure at Madrid, but also at the Devils. But I try not to take that with me on the field.”

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