He’s stronger, faster than me – Eden Hazard names strongest player he faced

Chelsea legend, Eden Hazard has revealed the toughest player he played against during his days at Stamford Bridge.

Hazard spent seven years with Chelsea Football Club in the Premier League and left for Real Madrid in 2019.

The Belgian left the Blues in a deal worth over £100m after a trophy-laden spell in London. He won two Premier League titles and two Europa League titles, as well as the FA Cup and League Cup.

Although life in Real Madrid has gone the way it was expected, playing only 66 games for the La Liga champions, Hazard is determined to prove his worth at the Bernabeu.

The International was asked was the toughest opponent he faced during his 352 games at Chelsea, Hazard told ESPN: “Kyle Walker. He’s strong, he’s fast.

“I’m strong and fast, but he’s stronger and faster than me! As a right-back, he’s one of the best [in the world] at the moment.”

Kyle Walker is a Manchester City player and has won four Premier League titles since he moved to the Etihad from Tottenham in 2017.

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