Real Madrid fans slam Eden Hazard as star limps off injured during Levante loss

Real Madrid lost ground on Barcelona after a 1-0 defeat to Levante this evening.

And Eden Hazard has received a wealth of criticism on social media after the loss.

The Belgian only returned in midweek but limped off injured in the second-half at Levante tonight.

Hazard sat on the bench with an ice pack on his ankle, prompting fears that he has suffered a reoccurrence of his old problem.

But Madrid fans weren't happy with the attacker's performance on the pitch before he was replaced by Zinedine Zidane.

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"This is all your fault for missing 3 sitters today, @hazardeden10," one fan wrote.

"Eden Hazard is a fraud," another said.

"Eden Hazard has blood on his hands," a third wrote.

"@hazardeden10 is back and we are not winning anymore, am I the only one to notice that?" questioned a fourth.

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"Eden Hazard is Bale 2.0," one wrote.

"Chelsea should release the real Eden Hazard because I have not seen him all season," a sixth commented.

Hazard's return came during the draw with Celta Vigo earlier this week.

But the attacker admitted the game was bittersweet.

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"I am happy to be back playing, but I am not happy with the result," the former Chelsea star said after the game.

"We wanted to win the game, but we cannot be too disappointed as we are still top of the league.

"There is still a long way to go until the end of the season, but we must be more clinical in the chances we create."

Hazard is now a doubt for the Champions League clash with Manchester City and El Clasico next weekend.

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