FIFA World Cup: Belgian forward Eden Hazard retires from international football

Belgian forward Eden Hazard announced his retirement from international football on Wednesday. The team had been kicked out of the FIFA World Cup just a week earlier. The 31-year-old winger made his debut for the national team in 2008 at the age of 17. He played 126 matches for the team and scored 33 goals. The Real Madrid player wrote on his Instagram page on Wednesday, “A page has turned today. ,

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He wrote, “Thank you for sharing all the happiness after 2008. decided to end his international career. You will be missed. Belgium were knocked out of the World Cup after a goalless draw with Croatia, while Croatia advanced to the next round by finishing second in Group F behind Morocco. Hazard failed to score in the group stage.

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