Belgium will be playing against Canada in their World Cup opener.
Eden Hazard has struggled for game time at Real Madrid since his arrival at Bernabeu in the summer of 2019.
This season is no less than the others as the former Chelsea man is struggling to find minutes under Carlo Ancelotti.
Although he has struggled with injuries since his arrival at the capital, he has fallen down the pecking order under Ancelotti’s XI.
Despite his performances for Real Madrid, Hazard will lead his national side Belgium at the World Cup in Qatar.
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Hazard told Marca: ‘It is a good team, with good players.
‘We have more experience than in the World Cup in Russia, but I haven’t been playing, Lukaku has had injuries.
‘We have doubts, although not inside. I think there are better teams than us.’
The Real Madrid winger was then asked who are the favourites in this tournament.
Hazard replied: ‘Brazil, sure. France, Argentina.’