The Match That Made Chelsea Buy Eden Hazard

Apr 09

The Match That Made: Eden Hazard 🔎🎥
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In this episode we see Eden Hazard in one of his greatest performances during the 2011/12 season against Saint-Étienne. His team; Lille were current Ligue 1 and Coupe de France champions and they came into Stade Geoffroy-Guichard on a 2 game winning streak, but were losing 1-0 with just over 30 mins left. Hazard then scored both the equalizer and winner within 18 mins of each other, in astonishing fashion! The game ended 1-3 and Lille went on a 17 match unbeaten streak with Hazard playing a big part in all of them! The 21 year old finished the season with 20 goals and 22 assists in the league alone! He also won Ligue 1 player of the year for the 2nd year in a row. Chelsea signed him that summer for €35M and well, the rest is history!

“The Match That Made” is a new series that I’m experimenting with. The concept is to show the superstars of today, in their best performance of the season before they got signed to a top club. Of course 1 game doesn’t make the player who they are today but those special performances are the ones that catch the eyes of world watching!

Let me know who you would like to see next time on “The Match That Made”!
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