Eden Hazard is among the stars tipped to have a good World Cup in Russia, and the Chelsea star is hoping for a good World Cup.
The Belgium captain hasn’t experienced success with Belgium despite the quality of players in the squad, as the Belgian team has been labelled as under-achievers.
In the 2014 World Cup, Belgium reached the quarter finals before being defeated by Argentina, and many saw this as a strong performance from which to build.
However, their defeat to Wales in the quarter-final of Euro 2016 was shocking, costing Marc Wilmots his job as coach.
Hazard believes this World Cup should be his year.
“I have the feeling that this should be my World Cup,” he said in the pre-match press conference ahead of facing Tunisia.
“I’m 27 years old, it’s my second World Cup and I’ve had a strong individual season. All the elements are present for me to have a great tournament.”