- Eden Hazard won the ‘Best Belgian Player abroad’ award
- The forward is now targeting on winning a major trophy with his national team
- READ MORE: Chelsea and Real Madrid set for triple transfer negotiations
Eden Hazard has beaten the likes of Chelsea teammate Thibaut Courtois and Manchester City’s Kevin de Bruyne in being announced as Belgium’s best player abroad, The Daily Mail reports.
Hazard has had another stellar year, being an integral part of the Blues route to Premier League success last year in winning the title. Whilst we have been nowhere near our best this season, Hazard’s individual performances are still at a high level.
When speaking to journalist Kristof Terreur, the 27-year-old has his sights clear on winning more trophies for his country, as The Daily Mail reports.
“It’s my first trophy in Belgium, but certainly not my last.
“I’m aiming to win the World Cup or the European Championships with Belgium. I performed well with the national team.”
A great 2017 for Hazard
Hazard being honoured with this award with such strong competition shows how brilliant he is.
Whether it’s scoring crucial goals or dribbling past players for fun, the forward is so crucial to his club and nation.