Eden Hazard scores brilliant goal in Belgium training

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Eden Hazard may well be enduring a tricky opening to the season on English soil with Premier League champions Chelsea, but he is looking the part in training for Belgium. 

Ahead of the Red Devils' Euro 2016 qualifying clash against Andorra tomorrow evening, the dynamic forward produced something rather special in front of his compatriots. 

In fact, the 24-year-old struck a rather extraordinary bicycle kick to remind us all of his qualities.


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Victory against Andorra will ensure Belgium of a place in France next year, so Hazard will most definitely be hoping to produce the goods against the minnows. 

Despite his recent struggles on the pitch, Hazard is still a key player for both club and country, so must now get back to his breathtaking best. 

Key for Chelsea

On the club scene, Hazard must stand up and be counted for in his pursuit of glory this term. Under the guidance of Jose Mourinho, the west London outfit have had a nightmare in the Premier League and Hazard is yet to come to the forefront for the club.

Before the start of the campaign, Hazard was drawing comparisons with the likes of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, but he appears to be some way off the superstar duo at this stage. 

Of course, at the age of 24, the versatile attacker has time on his side, but he will be desperate to step up imminently. 

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