FIFA World Cup 2018: Kevin De Bruyne wants Eden Hazard to stay calm in face of aggression 

by Sports | 14-06-2018 | 1332 views

Belgium playmaker Kevin De Bruyne has advised team mate Eden Hazard to remain calm as he expects the Chelsea winger to be targerted aggressively by the opposition at World Cup.
Hazard limped off with a dead leg after a series of heavy tackles in Belgium 4-1 win over Costa Rica in Monday’s warm –up game.
“If you are good then people try to kick you,” De Bruyne told  reporters.
“You need to calculate what is coming. You try to stay calm as much as possible. Sometimes that isn’t easy but you just try.”
De Bryune , who a stellar Premier League Season with champions Manchester City, believes such situations can be used as an advantage. 
“Even if he (Hazard) gets kicked we get a free-kick, an advantage, and they get a yellow. So it’s positive, “26-year-old added.
Belgium, who are umbeaten in 19 games, play Panama in their Group G opener on Monday, before taking on Tunisia and England.

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