Eden Hazard, the Real Madrid attacker, has declared his retirement from international football, stating that the 2022 FIFA World Cup will be his final tournament as a member of Belgium’s national team.
“A page has turned today… Thank you for your affection. Thank you for your unwavering support. Thank you for all of the joy you’ve brought me since 2008. I’ve decided to call it quits on my international career. The succession is complete. “I’m going to miss you,” he wrote on Instagram.
Hazard made his Belgium debut in 2008. There were high hopes in his home country that he would lead Belgium to their first international success, but the Golden Generation fell short, and it will now be up to Kevin De Bruyne and Thibaut Courtois to lead the Belgian national team in the coming tournaments.
Belgium coach Roberto Martinez also left the team after the team was eliminated in the 2022 World Cup Group Stage.
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