Liverpool defender reveals how Eden Hazard taught him a lesson of his life

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Liverpool defender Andy Robertson has revealed how Eden Hazard taught him a lesson he’d never forget during his time as a Hull City player.

Robertson endured a torrid afternoon against Hazard in a 2-0 defeat to the Blues at Stamford Bridge.

Speaking to That Peter Crouch Podcast, the Liverpool left-back admitted how he was unsure he could recover from the humiliation he faced against Hazard.

“When I was at Hull I played against Hazard when he won the player of the year, and he ripped me apart at Stamford Bridge,” he said.

“It’s a game I never thought I’d recover from but luckily I did.”

As per this season, Robertson has revealed that Wolves star Adama Traore is the one who has troubled him the most.

“Traore this season ripped me apart, to be fair,” he added.

“I think he could give most Premier League defenders a 15 yard start and he would win the race.

“Big Virg and him had a great race, to be fair. Big Virg has just got his big long legs.”

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