Eden Hazard says Real Madrid will go ‘looking for the win’ in second leg against former club Chelsea after returning from latest injury setback to ‘play against friends’ in Champions League semi-final tie
- Hazard came off the bench just after the hour mark against former club Chelsea
- Pulisic’s strike put Chelsea ahead before Benzema levelled for the home side
- Real must score in the return leg to stand any chance of reaching the final
Eden Hazard Real Madrid would go ‘looking for the win’ in the second leg against Chelsea following the 1-1 draw on Tuesday night.
Christian Pulisic’s fine strike put Chelsea ahead before Karim Benzema levelled for the home side in the Champions League semi-final first leg.
Hazard, who has just returned from his latest injury setback, came off the bench just after the hour-mark against his former club.
Eden Hazard returned from injury in Real Madrid’s 1-1 draw with Chelsea on Tuesday night
The result means Real must score in the return leg to stand any chance of reaching a final against either Manchester City or PSG.
Afterwards Hazard said: ‘It could be better and it could be worse! We will go there looking for the win.
‘I am just going step by step, of course I want to play, I want to be on the pitch. I played a bit more today than before, we have games before the end of the season and I want to be ready. I am just happy to be playing again.
Hazard came off the bench just after the hour mark against his former club Chelsea
‘It’s always good to play against friends. Now I am a Real Madrid player so I just want to win.’
Real struggled with a three-man defence in the first-half, and were fortunate not to have conceded more than one goal before Benzema levelled
Hazard added: ‘The manager decides what formation we play, we know how to play with three at the back but we can also play with four.’
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