Specsavers make fun of Eden Hazard's ball boy altercation

Opticians Specsavers make fun of Eden Hazard for appearing to kick a Swansea City ball boy in their latest print ad.

Opticians Specsavers have made light of the incident involving Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard and Swansea City ball boy Charlie Morgan in their latest print advertisement.

Specsavers advert mocking the ball boy incident on January 25, 2013

The opticians poked fun at the Belgium international, who was sent off during Chelsea's League Cup exit against the Swans for appearing to kick the 17-year-old when trying to retrieve the ball, which the teen laid on top of once it drifted out of play.

An advert in today's national newspapers displayed a photo of a ball boy with a cross next to it and a picture of a football accompanied by a green tick, with the slogan "Shoud've gone to Specsavers" written below.

Hazard apologised for the incident after the semi-final second-leg goalless draw.

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