Inside Chelsea legend Eden Hazard’s emotional return to former club with own burger dedicated to him

Lille Football Club orchestrated a grand welcome for their esteemed former player, Eden Hazard, as they celebrated his return as a guest of honour at a recent match.

The 33-year-old Belgian maestro bid farewell to his illustrious football career in October due to a series of injuries and weight concerns, marking the end of a remarkable journey that included numerous accolades and triumphs.

Hazard’s roots trace back to Lille, where he kickstarted his career by joining the club’s academy as a teenager in 2005.

Over the years, he showcased his exceptional talent on the field, making 194 appearances and scoring 50 goals for the senior team.

His instrumental role in Lille’s league and cup double in 2011 paved the way for a successful move to Chelsea in 2012, where he continued to shine.

Returning to his footballing origins, Hazard was warmly received by Lille as they honored his legacy in a special ceremony.

The club paid tribute to their beloved icon by unveiling a training center named after him, symbolizing his lasting impact on the team and the sport.

Additionally, Lille enthusiasts were treated to Hazard-themed hamburgers and exclusive Eco Cups as part of the celebratory festivities.

As Hazard watched the match against Rennes from the luxurious seats, the stadium buzzed with excitement and nostalgia.

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