mmotony: Why Eden Hazard's Panenka penalty against Newcastle had an added special meaning

Why Eden Hazard's Panenka penalty against Newcastle had an added special meaning


Apr 15, 18 at 06:41pm
Eden Hazard wrapped up a great victory against Newcastle on Saturday which has a cheeky Panenka penalty - also it appears the FIFA Coins location kick had an additional special meaning. The Belgium's display stole the show as Chelsea swept beyond the Magpies 3-1.
A brace from Hazard plus an Alvaro Morata header saw the Blues overcome an earlier Dwight Gayle goal. The 26-year-old's dinked penalty within the 74th minute was executed brilliantly, and also on the same day as Antonín Panenka's birthday no less. Viewers loved what went down to Cesc Fabregas during Chelsea's 3-1 conquer Newcastle Eden Hazard generates a Panenka penalty.
The former Czechoslovakia international, now 68, had the penalty named after him when he produced the effort inside the final of Euro 1976, beating West Germany inside process. Those who made the bond on Twitter, were pleased.
However, when Hazard spoke about his penalty as soon as the game, he seemed to confirm that it absolutely was just a coincidence. 'When I consider the ball within my hands, it's instinct,' he told Sky Sports. 'I only want to do this. I want the goalkeeper to advance because, if he doesn't, I'm having difficulties.' If you want to learn more about FIFA Coins for sale, please continue to keep an eye on MMOAH.

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