Real Madrid star Eden Hazard’s ominous statement after leaving Chelsea goes viral, leading many to believe that Hazard “cursed” Chelsea.


Fans believe Eden Hazard “cursed” Chelsea after his ominous farewell statement surfaced again and went viral.

The Belgian international completed a £130 million transfer from the Blues to Real Madrid in 2019.


It is the third-straight year that the pair have been drawn together


32-year-old Hazard joined Chelsea in 2012 and quickly became one of the club’s most celebrated players, helping Chelsea to two Premier League titles, as well as the FA Cup, League Cup, and Europa League on two separate occasions.

When the star, who bagged 110 goals in 352 appearances, left he released a statement that read: “Chelsea and Chelsea fans will always be special to me and next season I will look for your results first.

So that we may continue to play each other, I pray that we will be pitted against each other in the Champions League next season and every season thereafter.

Almost miraculously, his wish has come true.

Although the two squads did not play each other in the 2019–20 season, they have been placed in the same Champions League pot in each of the subsequent seasons.

In 2021, Chelsea would go on to win the competition after defeating Madrid 3-1 on aggregate in the semi-finals.

The following year, they met again in the quarterfinals, but this time it was the LaLiga giants who prevailed, 5-4 on aggregate, and went on to claim the title.

Some Chelsea supporters think Hazard “cursed” them four years ago when he wished their team would face Real Madrid in the Champions League quarterfinals, which will be played next month.


In the words of one Twitter user: “His wish came true, he is really ta Wizard, he needs to gimme some uefa champions league predictions.”

Added another, “He cursed us because we had never faced them in competition before.”

But another fan remarked, “Thanks for the curse, Eden.”

Hazard’s struggles at the Bernabeu are well-known, especially given his history of injury problems.

He has played 73 games for the team and contributed only seven goals and eleven assists.


Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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