Eden Hazard wants to be judged in his second season after leaving Chelsea

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Eden Hazard left Chelsea at the end of the 2018-19 season, after spending seven years at Chelsea, where he was not only a star in the Chelsea team but a king in the Premier League as well.

According to former Chelsea striker Tony Cascarino, Hazard didn’t take his move to Real Madrid seriously, and he even resumed at his new club overweight and out of shape.

Hazard who was signed as the replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo, has now vowed to be at his best next season.

“I’ll be judged by my second season,” said Hazard himself, eager to put his injury troubles behind him in 2020/21.

Chelsea skipper Cesar Azpilicueta, who enjoyed success with Hazard at Chelsea, has now backed Hazard to shine next season.

He told Radio Marca: “This season has been hampered by injuries and he hasn’t been at 100 per cent.

“I hope he can pick up some rhythm in order to help his team.

“I have no doubt that Real Madrid have lots of quality players and that Eden can show his worth in that team.

“Let’s hope we can see the Eden we saw at Chelsea.”

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