Eden Hazard is back. Tell everyone!
Eden Hazard’s goal is even better with the Titanic music pic.twitter.com/y3T4GtzSeF
— David. (@Rooney_esque) June 26, 2016
The Chelsea midfielder dazzled Euro 2016 crowds with a wonderful man-of-the-match performance as Belgium battered Hungary 4-0 to reach the quarter-finals in France on Sunday night.
Hazard was superb all game, but he will be best remembered for an incredible 94-second blitz, during which he scored and assisted.
The Belgium skipper fired home his side’s third of the game on 79 minutes, after Toby Alderweireld and Michy Batshuayi had put the Group E runners-up in control.
Hazard’s goal was the product of a mazy run inside and a low drilled shot from the edge of the penalty area.
His assist for Batshuayi, who is a Tottenham target according to the London Evening Standard, came moments earlier when the Chelsea star burned the Hungarian defence for pace before crossing low to provide his teammate with a tap-in.
— The Exuberator (@Gersfan_78) June 26, 2016
Batshuayi scored with his first touch and, judging by his impressive 15-minute cameo, he would be an excellent addition for Spurs, with the North London club crying out for a no.9 who can provide competition and back-up for Harry Kane.
Hazard was not the only Chelsea player to excel in Toulouse, where Thibaut Courtois was also brilliant.
— Robert Summerscales (@robsummerscales) June 26, 2016