Premier League Belgian quartet Eden Hazard, Nacer Chadli, Simon Mignolet and Romelu Lukaku said thanks to national team fans for their support on the road to the 2014 World Cup by doing household chores, reports The Metro.

All four players were key contributors towards Belgium's qualification for the tournament in Brazil, so to return the favour for the nation's loyal support, a group of star players have been assigned to help out around the house.

The Belgian FA ran the competition in a bid to bring players and fans closer together.

Supporters entered the draw by contributing to charity and the winner would have their good deed returned by a national team superstar.

Everton loanee Lukaku was selected to babysit for a family in Brussels while Liverpool 'keeper Mignolet cooked up a storm in the kitchen.

Chelsea ace Hazard, who signed from French Ligue 1 outfit Lillie for £30m in 2012, teamed up with £7m Spurs winger Chadli to wash dishes for a lucky supporter.

However, the 22-year-old wasn't wholly enraptured by the sentiment of the occasion.

"I knocked on the door and asked if there was anything I can do," the £90,000-a-week star explained.

"I put a poster up on the wall for a boy and washed some dishes. It’s okay but I prefer being on the pitch."

Hazard will be getting his hands dirty on the football pitch - rather than the kitchen - this weekend when Chelsea play host to title rivals Manchester City.

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