The Belgian superstar scored a stunning solo goal against Arsenal at Stamford Bridge in 2016
Eden Hazard may be a brilliant footballer, but he has also proved himself to be equally adept at doing commentary.
The Chelsea superstar was taking part in an exclusive programme for Chelsea TV alongside Cesar Azpilicueta called ‘The Hazard and Azpilicueta show’.
In the two part show, the players are asked a series of questions by fans and their own team-mates, as well as playing table football and giving away signed shirts.
Towards the end, presenter Sam Matterface asks the Belgian to take a look at the screen and grab a microphone, before he gives a light-hearted analysis of his stunning solo goal against Arsenal during a 3-1 win back in 2016, in which Marcos Alonso and Cesc Fabregas also scored.
“Ah yes, David Luiz pass to Diego Costa, who flicks the ball to Eden Hazard, oh what a special player, he says.
“The guy is on fire, he is going himself, it’s one against four, he is scoring, what a goal what a player, best in the world thank you.”
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Never one to take himself too seriously, Hazard laughed and also said his goal against Liverpool and the stunning equaliser against Tottenham Hotspur were among his favourite strikes.
Hazard is enjoying another productive season with Chelsea and while injury recently curtailed his blistering start, he has still managed to score eight times in 15 matches.