Eden Hazard was present at the Ballon d’Or ceremony and spoke about Boca. As he walked the red carpet, he paused and answered a few questions about Xeneize. The 32-year-old former player spoke about his idolatry for Roman Riquelmeadded that he would not play for Xeneize no matter how much Román called him and referred to the final of the Libertadores. Here, everything he said.
Hazard, another Boca fan
Eden Hazard – 30-10-2023
Hazard talking about Boca
Not long ago, Hazard announced his surprising retirement from the fields. A player who at the time had a lot of potential, but in the last years of his career he ended up having a flat tire. And now, far from the green grass, He assured that he will support Boca in the final of the Copa Libertadores.
“On Saturday Boca and Fluminense play the final, Copa Libertadores, who are you going to be fans for?” asked ESPN journalist Sofia Martínez. And Hazard responded: “Boca, haha, Boca, of course.”
In any case, he acknowledged that he doesn’t watch much South American football because of “the schedule” and because he has “other things to do.” However, she shared his admiration for Román. “I am a big fan of Román Riquelme and people know it, he is one of my idols and I was able to talk to him via message recently. and it is a pleasure,” confessed the Belgian.
As a result of the latter (that he has his number and can send him messages), they asked him if he would dare to send him a message in case Boca achieved the long-awaited seventh, although the former Real Madrid man responded: “Mmm, I don’t know, haha”. He left her itching.
What did not leave it stinging was the possibility of playing for Xeneize. Beyond the fact that he called him Riquelme, Hazard has decided not to play football anymore. “No,” she said because of the possibility of wearing the colors blue and gold. His life is already far from professional football.
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