"I feel really good to be back on the pitch working with my teammates", Hazard told Real Madrid TV as per Daily Mail.
Real Madrid forward Eden Hazard expressed his happiness after being able to return to training following a gap of two months.
Zidane celebrated a "very good" week on Wednesday as Madrid and the other Spanish league clubs resumed group activities after being restricted to individual training last week amid the coronavirus pandemic. "Now we just need to wait for the games but I'm very very happy". We can train more as we like. "Now what we want is to be all together and try to work as a group".
La Liga president Javier Tebas hopes the competition will be ready to resume from June 12. The players are thinking that now they have to make the most of it, to enjoy it.
"We have 11 matches left and we are going to prepare ourselves to finish the season well, strongly", he said.
Zidane hails fit and ready Real Madrid
"In the end, the important thing is to give everything to win something". We are here, this is the DNA of the club, trying to win things.
"This week has been great because even working in small groups we can go further, work better, and next week will be even better".
'Training at home is different, but I think everyone did well, everyone did what the coach has said and everyone keeps fit, everyone is pretty strong'. "I just want to be ready for the next game", the club's official website quoted Hazard as saying.
Hazard said the first week of individual training was "a bit odd". "Everyone is doing very well".
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