Reporter FAT-SHAMES Belgium and Real Madrid star Eden Hazard at World Cup – then asks for a selfie

Real Madrid and Belgium star Eden Hazard was left stunned when a reporter called him fat at the FIFA World Cup with him and then ask for his photo.

After Belgium’s shock loss of 2-0 to Morocco, the journalist from Egypt, who has not been identified, asked Hazard questions. World Cup campaign for life support 

In Arabic, the journalist said that he had noticed that you’d gained some weight.

Hazard then picked up an earpiece to access a translation and said: ‘Can you repeat?’

The reporter continued: ‘Recently, we noticed that you have gained weight. This is how you deal with it and why?

“No, that’s not right.” My weight has remained stable. “I always work hard on fitness, and that’s what’s most important,” Hazard stated.

Hazard was accused of being overweight several times before. This includes during his stints at Real Madrid and his lengthy tenure with Chelsea in England’s Premier League.

Although the questioning line was already controversial, it was accepted by the Belgian newspaper Het Nieuwsblad According to reports, Hazard refused permission for the journalist to take a photo with him after taking the selfie.

“I asked for a selfie with him. He is, as I mentioned, a huge star. I would have loved to have it as a keepsake. But he didn’t go into it. The reporter said the same thing as all other journalists.

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The reporter did not back down from his question. He stated that it was a reasonable request. 

‘Yes, I think that he appears to have gained a little more weight in comparison to Belgium’s match against Egypt. I wanted to know if there was an explanation and how he would change it. He said that this is why he asked me the question.

“Was he mad when he had the answer? Perhaps. Eden Hazard is an international star in football. Everyone expected him to make an impact when he moved to Real Madrid. He was always hurt.

Hazard was further pressed on his fitness  after picking up his most recent injury in early November.  

“I’ve only played 62 minutes. But I think we can do more as a team,” he said. He said that the physios and all doctors helped him to be prepared for the next game.

Hazard’s weight has come under fire on numerous occasions during his career.

Hazard Of Belgium In Action During The Fifa World Cup Qatar 2022 Group F Match Between Belgium And Morocco At Al Thumama Stadium On November 27, 2022 In Doha

Hazard of Belgium during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Group F match Belgium vs Morocco at Al Thumama Stadium in Doha on November 27, 2022

After being five kilograms overweight in the off-season, he returned to Real Madrid in 2020.

He said, “It’s true, it’s not lying, if you’re on holiday, then you’re on holiday,” at the time.

“I gained five kilos during the summer. I am one of those people who gains weight quickly and then loses it quickly. 

He was also reportedly out of shape prior to the 2015-2016 campaign with Chelsea.

‘I have had one bad year — the last six months under Mourinho and it was partially my own doing. After After winning the title, Mourinho asked for more holidays’, he said.

“I was completely out of shape at start of season. I remember that lesson this summer [2018] — four weeks after the World Cup, I was back at Chelsea training.

Jean-Marie Dedecker in Middelkerke, north Belgium’s mayor, was the one to criticize Hazard the most. He lashed out at Hazard for an incident 11 years ago, when Hazard was photographed eating a hamburger during his time at Chelsea.

Dedecker claimed in January, “Actually, it is just a little fat men who have gotten fat by system and money.”

“I can still see him fleeing when Georges Leekens took his place and had a hamburger in the vicinity of King Baudouin Stadium.”

Talk at this World Cup, Hazard claimed that he has been forced to handle criticism his whole career.

‘When I began in Belgium, I did not do very well. I don’t mind criticism, people talk and that’s part football. He said, “I focus on the pitch.”

“There will always be criticism. My approach is to try to be focused on the work I do on the field in order to help my team. I will always give everything.

“Injuries are part the past. I just want to have fun in the field. It was difficult for me two years ago. I’m now fine and want my game to be known. I’ll improve the more I play in one row. It’s that simple.

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