Belgium coach Roberto Martinez has clarified his decision to send Eden Hazard back to Real Madrid as it was plan to only use the 30-year-old midfielder for one game if the Red Devils were in Europe. Tickets to the ‘World Cup’ are on target, according to Marca on Tuesday.
Hazard played about an hour in Belgium’s 3-1 win over Estonia to secure a place at the World Cup final. Before Martinez sent the 30-year-old midfielder back to Madrid without being involve in the final game. of the qualifier against Wales this Tuesday night.
‘The plan is that if we qualify for the World Cup, Hazard will only play one game and we let him play about 60 minutes (against Estonia),’ Martinez said.
‘Now he can focus on Real Madrid following the upcoming fixtures at his club’.
‘For him, it’s important to play against Real Madrid to restore the rhythm of the game. So playing with us. That would be a perfect fit to play a part in reviving his rhythm.’