Eden Hazard has explained that he has rediscovered his love for football at Real Madrid claiming that he had less pleasure playing under Antonio Conte and Sarri at Chelsea.
Antonio Conte who now coaches Inter Milan and Juventus gaffer Maurizio Sarri are known for their tactical discipline and training methods.
Eden Hazard spent his final three seasons at Chelsea under these two Italian managers before completing a big move to Spanish giants Real Madrid.
Hazard who has not been enjoying active playing times at Real Madrid due to injury however explained that he found things tough playing under Antonio Conte and Sarri.
''Our training at Real Madrid is always with the ball, working on movement and patterns.
''When you meet Italian coaches you have much less pleasure.
''It is more framed and repetitive. You find pleasure in victory. I spent three years with Italian managers so rediscovering this pleasure does me good,'' he told Sport/Foot Magazine
Eden Hazard also revealed that it was during the Euro 2016 that he started dreaming about making a move to Real Madrid when he got a call from Zinedine Zidane.
He stated that the Frenchman told him that it will be good for him to join Real Madrid.
Meanwhile, Eden Hazard has missed the last seven games for Real Madrid and has only played 13 games this season for Los Blancos.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid ended in favor of Los Blancos as they won 4-1 on penalties.
The match ended goalless during regulation time as the game was decided from 18-yards out.
Saul and Thomas missed their respective spot-kicks while Ramos scored the decisive penalty Zindane has now won nine finals he has managed for Real Madrid since he took over in 2016.
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