Eden Hazard planning to take over as World Cup 2018's superstar with Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo out - boewap.com.ng

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Sunday, 1 July 2018

Eden Hazard planning to take over as World Cup 2018's superstar with Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo out

"Now it is time to shine" said Belgium's playmaker on the eve of Monday's last-16 tie against rank outsiders Japan

Eden Hazard is on a mission to fill the vacuum left by the World Cup departures of legends Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.
The two best footballers in the world are on their way home after Portugal and Argentina both fell at the first knockout hurdle in the space of a few hours on Saturday, and Hazard insists he will not be following suit.
The Belgium captain will lead his side out against rank outsiders Japan on Monday night in the last 16, determined to prove he can not only win the World Cup but become a global icon too.
So when Chelsea playmaker Hazard was asked if he could step up to the plate with Messi and Ronaldo absent, he did not hesitate.
He said: “They are not in the World Cup, so now it is time to shine. I want to go through the quarter-final, semi-final and maybe the final.
“I am not the only one, of course. Messi and Ronaldo, they are out now, but there are still a lot of good players at the World Cup. We will see at the end what happens.”
Hazard, so vital to Chelsea’s fortunes, is certain he is improving and getting closer to the players who have dominated the world player of the year title for a decade.
“I am a lot stronger than two years ago – or four years ago in Brazil, definitely,” he said. “I have a lot more experience.
“Four years ago, it was our first major competition, all of us together.
“France was our second one – and knockout matches have a lot to do with experience. When you have a younger team, it is more complicated even if you have good players.
“Now I think most of us are between 25 and 30, so we have the same level of maturity and I think this will make the difference. We have top players. We play as a group, all together, it is not just one or two players, we have 23 players. It’s in our hands.”
Hazard also heaped praise on his team-mate Romelu Lukaku, who has scored four goals in Russia.
“We are very lucky to have Lukaku with us because he doesn’t need much to score,” he said. “Maybe a few years ago he needed more, but not now.
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