Real Madrid forward Eden Hazard said he needed to improve to live up to his ‘Galactico’ billing after a slow start to the season, having failed to score or assist for his new side.
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Hazard is viewed as the replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo in Madrid’s side, with the team’s all-time top scorer departing for Juventus in the summer of 2018, and has inherited his No. 7 shirt.
“I’m not a Galactico yet, I have to show that I can be one,” Hazard told reporters yesterday ahead of Real Madrid’s Champions League clash with Club Brugge. “We all know the history of the No. 7 at this club and I want to show that I can be the best in the world. I want to give my all, not just in matches but in training too.”
The 28-year-old has started three games since then but been far from his best.
“I can do better, I’m critical of myself as well, but working every day we will change things,” he said. “Not everything is perfect but we’re first in La Liga, we lost in Paris, maybe I was set back because of the injury but now I’m at 100% and hope to give my all in the coming games.
“Now I’m not injured and I just need to score goals, be decisive, do what everybody expects from me. When I start to score and get some good performances everything will be easier.”
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