– Burger King aimed a dig at Eden Hazard after the Belgian missed Real Madrid’s training
– The 30-year-old is currently nursing a thigh problem and will be out for the next one month
– Hazard has missed 44 matches for Los Blancos since his arrival from Chelsea in 2019
Popular food giant Burger King have trolled Real Madrid star Eden hazard after the belgian missed Real Madrid’s training due to injury, The Sun.
The Belgium international suffered his ninth injury since his big summer move to the Santiago Bernabeu in 2019.
And the 30-year-old has missed 44 matches since his arrival and reportedly turned over-weight to pre-seaon in his first two campaigns.
Hazard is expected to be on the sidelines following a nagging thing injury and would miss Real Madrid’s round of 16 Champions League clash with Atalanta.
And Burger King cheekily tweeted that they had a two-for-one offer while responding to a quote made by El Chiringuito
Spanish football TV tweeted:
“Hazard hasn’t trained with the team today. Why?!”
And Burger King replied:
“2×1 at Burger King.”
The tweet had over 122,000 likes and retweeted more than 25,000 times since it was shared on social media.
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The Welshman was 17 at the time and he hugged the headlines during Swansea’s crucial EFL Cup semifinal second-leg win over Chelsea in 2013.
Eden Hazard was trying to help the Blues upturn their two goals disadvantage towards the end of the game that they lost the first leg by two un-replied goals.
Legit.ng also reported that twenty months after leaving Premier League giants Chelsea, Eden Hazard has reportedly emerged as a target for the Blues who are preparing a rescue deal for the Belgium international.
To be candid, Eden Hazard has not been impressive for Real Madrid since he joined Los Blancos from Chelsea considering the form he was before leaving the London side.
Before leaving Chelsea, Eden Hazard steered the Blues to the final of the Europa League in which they defeated Arsenal in the final which was his last game for the Stamford Bridge landlords.