Eden Hazard showed his support for LOSC before the shock at the top of Ligue 1 against PSG this Saturday. The Real Madrid star is hoping to see Lille win the title at the end of the season.
Still unavailable with Real Madrid, even if he has made his return to training, Eden Hazard should not forget to follow his team’s match this Saturday against Eibar on the 29th day of La Liga (4:15 p.m.). Unless the 30-year-old Belgian international decides to skip Ligue 1 and the shock at the top between PSG and Lille (5 p.m.). Trained at LOSC, French champion in 2011, the playmaker did not fail to encourage the team led by Christophe Galtier before his trip to the Parc des Princes.
“Hello guys, just a quick message to say good luck for the end of the season,” said the Belgian in a video posted on LOSC’s social media. I think there is something awesome to go search.”
Hazard: “Courage, do the right thing”
With eight more games to play in L1, Lille are still fighting to win the title. Second in the standings but only ahead of Paris on goal difference (+46 against +31 for Lille), the northern club hopes to sign a good operation this Saturday during the 31st day.
“So courage, do what is necessary, do what is necessary, again launched the Belgian wisp, author of the double cup-championship with Lille in 2011. And you will see that it is only happiness.”
And to conclude with a little word for fans of the northern club, deprived of stands because of the health crisis linked to the coronavirus: “And by the way, a little kiss to the supporters of the LOSC.”