Chelsea star Eden Hazard is going through a torrid time this season. The Belgian international is yet to score a league goal this season and his constant lacklustre performances have drawn a lot of criticism.
He further drew the ire of Chelsea fans prior to the Champions League game with PSG by claiming that it would be hard for him to turn down a move to the Ligue 1 club in future.
Now, Man Utd legend Roy Keane has added his voice to the criticism of the Premier League Player of the Year from the last season.
The former Republic of Ireland international told ITV Sport: “I can’t understand these players, he signed an extension of five years only last year, when we saw how brilliant he was. And then he’s coming out with all that nonsense on the eve of a big game.”
“If I was a team-mate of his I would kick him up and down the training pitch. Some of the senior players have got to get hold of him. He’s a talented boy, but his attitude is like a spoilt child. It was absolutely ridiculous.
“You don’t mind some players sometimes being moody, or having their head turned if they think they might be moving, but once you go on that pitch you’ve still got your pride.
“You’re playing for your team-mates, for your club, for your supporters, for your family. You’ve got to go out and perform, and be moody after the game if need be.”