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Toni Kroos is not quite a player like the others. Whether on the ground by his longevity and regularity or by his speeches outside the green rectangle, the German impresses. And a few hours before the kick-off of the clash between Real Madrid and Barça, the media Eleven Belgium has just unveiled an interview with the White House midfielder who is likely to make a lot of talk. Asked to comment on the situation of Eden Hazard, who has only played three games in La Liga this season, he explained that he did not feel “sorry” about his current situation.
“Of course it’s a difficult situation, but pity has no place in football. I don’t think Eden has a bad life. You can feel sorry for people who are going through much worse times than him. It’s not about the money, I don’t feel sorry for anyone in football,” he said. Of course it’s a complicated situation. And a lot of time has passed. But in the end, everyone is partly responsible for their own situation. I know Eden very well. I am often with him. But I only pity people who are struggling and Eden is not one of them.”
A media release that will not fail to be commented on. Since his transfer to Spain in the summer of 2019, Eden Hazard has only worn the Real Madrid jersey 73 times for seven goals and 11 assists.
To sum up
A few hours before the Clasico between Real Madrid and Barça, Toni Kroos released his truths about Eden Hazard. He looked into the situation of the Belgian who has experienced many disappointments since signing in Spain.