Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois spoke about the condition of Midfielders Eden Hazard and Marco Asensio, who are close to recovering from injuries.
“I have been in touch with Hazard all these months and I believe that he is in full order. Of course, in the summer it weighed more than it does at the moment. But now he is fine and eager to get back on the field.
He was lucky to be able to work individually on the recovery. Hazard has always trained with caution, looking back on the fact that he had an injury that knocked him out of action for several months.
Marco is one of those who wanted to return to training more than the others, because he was injured last summer, ” said Courtois.
Turan on the game with Chelsea: “Simeone said that hazard does not return to the defense».
Former Atletico midfielder Arda Turan told what he learned from the team’s head coach Diego Simeone.
“I learned football tactics at Atletico. When you are not preparing for the game tactically, you start it with 0:2.
We were perfectly prepared for the matches against Chelsea in the Champions League thanks to Simeone.
He told us that Hazard does not return for the right defender of the opponent and does not help the defense.
Our right-back Juanfran went forward three times. Hazard didn’t run after him. We scored three goals and won 3-1, ” Turan said.
In the 2013/14 season, Atletico played Chelsea 0-0 at home in the semi-final of the Champions League and won 3-1 away.Turan scored one of the goals.
Hazard will fully recover from the injury in two weeks. He hasn’t played since February 22
Real Madrid midfielder Eden hazard is getting fit after recovering from a serious injury.
As reports As, Hazard already performs some exercises with the ball and gradually restores his condition. The Belgian will be ready to resume the championship.
Hazard is expected to be ready to play again in two weeks.
The midfielder last played for real Madrid on February 22.
This season, he made 10 La Liga appearances for the club, scoring one goal and providing four assists.