Belgium crashed out of Euro 2016 last night with a surprising 3-1 loss to Wales.
Despite obvious disappointment, Chelsea forward Eden Hazard is trying to stay positive and look to future success. He insists that the team is young enough to stay together for the next two years and compete for the World Cup in 2018.
He also talked about the good times they have had with Manager Marc Wilmots. He wanted to wish him the best for the future if he decided to step down as manager of the Belgian squad.
“We’re going to keep working with the aim of winning things in future.
“There’s a lot of pressure on him [Wilmots]. We have had him as a coach for several years. We have had some great moments with him, some super moments with him.
“Today we have had a disappointment, but I think he will have a think, he will decide later if he wants to continue with us and if not, then we will wish him luck for the future.”