Yannick Carrasco barges into Eden Hazard’s interview to GLOAT about Atletico Madrid’s LaLiga triumph over Real as Belgian stars link-up for Euro 2020 preparations
- The Belgian squad have come together ahead of the 2020 Euro’s tournament
- Eden Hazard was minding his own business conducting a press interview
- Yannick Carrasco came storming into the shot to gloat in his team-mate’s face
- Carrasco’s Atletico Madrid won LaLiga while Hazard’s Madrid side fell short
Yannick Carrasco couldn’t resist a dig at Eden Hazard after teaming-up with the Real Madrid star on Belgium duty, gloating about Atletico’s LaLiga triumph.
The wingers had starkly contrasting seasons, with Carrasco playing a key role as Diego Simeone’s side lifted the Spanish title, while Hazard managed just three goals in a second disappointing campaign since his £88m move.
The pair form part of an ageing golden generation of Belgian stars, who will aim to finally seal a major international title at Euro 2020 this summer under Roberto Martinez.
Yannick Carrasco stormed into Eden Hazard’s interview to gloat about his LaLiga triumph
Yannick Carrasco and Eden Hazard had contrasting seasons as the Atletico star won LaLiga
Carrasco has decided team harmony can wait in the Belgium camp, though, making one last jibe at Hazard in front of the TV cameras.
The former Chelsea talisman saw Carrasco coming while sat beside some trees for the interview, with the 27-year-old creeping on screen to sing in Hazard’s face: ‘Campeones, campeones, ole, ole, ole.’
The Real man laughed as Carrasco walked away, saying: ‘Very good, very good. Congratulations, friend, incredible.’
Hazard will captain Belgium into this summer’s tournament, with the squad being handed a favourable draw in Group B.
Carrasco played as Belgium were halted by Greece in their second-last Euro 2020 warm-up
Hazard will captain his national side into the tournament, hoping to re-find his old form
They’ll kick off against Russia on June 12, before facing Denmark and Finland.
Hazard’s brother, Thorgan, was on target on Thursday as Belgium struggled to a 1-1 draw with Greece in the first of two warm-up matches, with Martinez blaming a ‘really demanding season’ for their struggles.
The Red Devils face Croatia on Sunday in their final friendly before the tournament.
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