Among the most traditional products of Belgium, the chocolate (although it comes from America) is one of the most popular. Anyone who has visited Brussels knows that, in addition, it tends to occupy a large space in grocery stores and supermarkets.
An image of the latter has surprised and is sure to give rise to many conversations. A user has shared a curious image on twitter: Eden Hazard, dressed in the Belgian team’s kit, advertising the chocolate aisle in a Brussels supermarket.
Full-length and about life-size, the cardboard Hazard holds a sign that says “Find your favorite chocolate (and mine) here.”
It is still curious that the chosen one is Hazard, not so much because of his preponderance in Belgium where he is captain, but because the soccer player’s fondness for good food.
Since his arrival at Real Madrid he has been more news for your fitness and injuries than for his good performances, and is already considered by practically everyone as a failed signing. Hazard has not given what was expected of him, far from it, and his performance when he has been healthy has not given for many parties in Madrid either.