With record Real Madrid signing Eden Hazard having remarkably suffered nine injuries in the year and a half since his arrival at the club, Zinedine Zidane has now shared his thoughts on the matter.
The Belgian's time in Spain has been a bit of a nightmare, with injuries and general fitness issues causing him to miss more football than he has played.
Hazard's latest knock, a muscle injury picked up in Los Blancos' 2-1 loss to Alaves this past weekend, will reportedly see him miss six matches, which could take the number of games he has missed to 42 fixtures since he joined the club.
The former Chelsea winger has featured only 28 times for the Spanish giants to date, contributing to just 10 goals overall, but Zidane is not willing to write him off just yet.
"Sometimes injuries happen and we have to endure. He is strong, I have no doubt," the French tactician said, according to Goal.
"He is having a hard time lately. We are going to help him to get better soon.
"It is a complicated situation for Eden. He has never been injured in his career and now has more misfortunes.
"He will surely come back stronger. We look forward to seeing him with us again."
Hazard has played just six times for Real so far this season.
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