Thorgan Hazard produced a superb performance against Barcelona in their Champions League group stage tie last night, and it was good enough for the Chelsea fans to want him back, and the others to take a dig at his older brother Eden.
The former Chelsea youth player probably played one of the best halves of his career against Barcelona in last night’s Champions League group stage tie. The Belgian was superb throughout the first 45 minutes, like most of his teammates, catching Barcelona off guard with their counter-attacking style of play.
Even though they would go on to lose the match, they produced a great footballing display in the first 45 minutes and 23-year-old Thorgan, who is the younger brother of Eden Hazard, was the star. Chelsea fans and neutrals alike had a lot to say about the younger Hazard’s great run of form as compared to his much more famous and decorated older brother.
Patrick Herrmann on Thorgan Hazard’s goal:
“I’ve rarely experienced an atmosphere like that after a goal. It was like an earthquake!” pic.twitter.com/1gyGzoEcYL
— Squawka News (@SquawkaNews) September 28, 2016
— WhoScored.com (@WhoScored) September 28, 2016
Thorgan Hazard this season *UPDATE
⏱ 10 games
⏲ 583 minutes
⚽️ 7 goals
🅰 3 assists
Decisive every 58 mins.#cfc have a £13m buy-back clause.
— Kristof Terreur 📰 (@HLNinEngeland) September 28, 2016
There’s no way our incompetent board would activate Thorgan Hazard’s buy-back clause… instead we will sign him for £50m in January 2018.
— Chelsea HQ (@Chelsea_HQ) September 28, 2016
January 2017 is the last window we can use our buy back clause on Thorgan Hazard which is £12.8m..
After January, we have to pay £28m+
— Uber Chelsea FC (@UberCheIseaFC) September 28, 2016
7 goals in 10 for Thorgan Hazard this season & we’re stuck with attackers that have no idea what end product is. Hilariously run club.
— Conteholic (@Conteholic) September 28, 2016
— OptaFranz (@OptaFranz) September 28, 2016
Thorgan Hazard is actually better than his brother now. This isn’t even a joke anymore.
— Sultan (@DieFohlen) September 28, 2016
Thorgan Hazard scores against Barcelona! @ChelseaFC trigger that buy back in January!!
— Adam-Thibauted (@Chalobahed) September 28, 2016
Thorgan Hazard keeps doing stuff. At a buyback price of just €15m it would be stupid for #CFC not to use it, even if just to spin a profit.
— Chelsea Youth (@chelseayouth) September 28, 2016
Not bad that Thorgan Hazard, does he have any brother I can scout?
— Tancredi Palmeri (@tancredipalmeri) September 28, 2016
If we don’t activate Thorgan Hazard’s buy back clause, we can shut the doors of the club once and for all.
— Darsan. (@FakeWinger) September 29, 2016
— chidananda (@chidananda36) September 29, 2016
We simply cannot afford to lose Thorgan Hazard. What a player
— Simply Hazard (@DareToHazard) September 29, 2016
Don’t do another KDB, activate Thorgan Hazard’s buyback clause before it expires.
Every Chelsea fan with a clue.
— All Things Chelsea (@RomansMafia) September 28, 2016
Will dedicate my account to Thorgan Hazard for 3 months if we resign him. Christensen for 6 months if we play him in 17/18
— Airon (@Rationings) September 28, 2016
I see Chelsea fans crying for thorgan. @HazardThorgan8 Don’t be deceived, you are one bad game away from being compared to pedro
— Giuseppe Verdi (@doktafelz) September 28, 2016
— Danté (@ConteWarMachine) September 28, 2016
7 goals in 10 for Thorgan Hazard this season & we’re stuck with wingers that turn up when they want. #CFC
— Chels HQ (@Chels_HQ) September 28, 2016
— Chels HQ (@Chels_HQ) September 28, 2016
Thorgan Hazard’s 8th goal of the season against Barca. Might just be better than his brother, £10m buy back clause? no brainer @ChelseaFC
— Jossy (@Jossy_Dee) September 28, 2016
Thorgan hazard has scored 8 goals this season, and Willian has scored 20 his whole Chelsea career..
— FOOTBALL +254 (@martinndambuki7) September 29, 2016
Thorgan Hazard, brother of Eden, with the goal.
It’s good to see at least one Hazard playing well at the moment #UCL
— bwin (@bwin) September 28, 2016
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