Eden Hazard: 'I can handle the pressure'

Eden Hazard
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Eden Hazard insists that he can handle the pressure he has created for himself after the strong start he has made for Chelsea.

Belgium winger Eden Hazard has insisted that he can handle the pressure he has created for himself after the strong start he has made for Chelsea.

Hazard, who has 30 caps for his country, also said that Belgium must improve on their 2-0 win against Wales if they are to beat Croatia tonight.

"I know everyone expects a lot from me and I also know that I can do better," Scotsman.com quotes Hazard as saying. "I have played 200 games. I don't feel the pressure.

"Three points against the strongest opponents in this group would obviously be good for the confidence. They are a strong team. The last time we played them we lost.

"They play a bit like Spain and keep the ball. If we want to get six points out of six, we will have to produce a better performance than against Wales."

Hazard has scored two goals for Belgium.

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