The question of whether Eden Hazard was good enough to play at the highest point of European football was asked at Lille and answered at Chelsea.
Real Madrid, being the final bus stop of any great player to prove himself came calling as expected but few months later, Hazard is looking more out of place than imagined.
Former Arsenal longtime coach Arsene Wenger, who might be looking to return to the sidelines, has backed Eden Hazard to succeed at the Bernabeu. However, the Frenchman warned Madrid fans that Hazard is not Cristiano Ronaldo.
Hazard moved from Chelsea to Madrid this summer but has been slow in hitting the required form despite the huge transfer fees. After six games, the Belgian only has a goal and an assist – a far cry from the expected galatico.