EDEN Hazard has endured a pretty rotten start to life in Real Madrid since joining the club in June 2019, so his manager, Zinedine Zidane will be relieved that the Belgian’s latest knock doesn’t appear to be anything serious.
The 29-year-old was taken off on the 64-minute mark during Tuesday’s 3-2 win over Inter Milan after Marcelo Brozovic had caught his left ankle.
After trying to play on, Hazard had to admit defeat and leave the field, with the images of him applying ice to his left leg no doubt unsettling Real fans.
The 29-year-old tried to continue before eventually leaving the field for Vinicius Junior
However, the team’s medical staff have concluded that the former Chelsea star has sustained no significant damage, according to AS, and he will be available for selection when Los Blancos travel to Valencia on Sunday after taking part in training on Wednesday.
Hazard then marked his first start of the season by scoring his first club goal for more than a year at the weekend as Huesca were swept aside 4-1, before playing for more than an hour against Antonio Conte’s side.