In an interview with Sports Four, the Belgium national teamer acknowledged that the Belgian winger is a long way from being 100 percent ahead of the Euros.
Roberto Martínez, a national of Belgium, was interviewed on Wednesday in the Sports Four program and has acknowledged that Eden Hazard is not yet 100 percent of his physical conditions in the face of the Euro dispute. Martínez’s statement clashes with what he said days ago at a press conference, where he claimed that the end of Real Madrid was in a “satisfactory” state. Here have been the highlights of the interview:
Eden Hazard: “Since March, it’s better, but it’s not that it’s okay either. He’s working very hard to get his shape back. What has happened to him in Madrid is very atypical; he will never give up. He has also missed almost a year and a half without playing for the national team, not just at the club.”
Belgium selection: “Weare a very showy team, accustomed to taking risks.”
Spain and the descent of Ramos: “You have to make decisions for the good of the group; Spain has earned the respect that the result against Germany has given them.”
Euro: “The favorite is England. Playing six games at Wembley is an advantage.”