Eden Hazard limped off for Real Madrid against Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday, continuing a frustrating start to life in Spain for the former Chelsea star.
Midway through the second half of the Champions League match, Hazard was caught by a challenge from his international team-mate Thomas Meunier and his ankle appeared to buckle underneath him.
Hazard was slow to his feet and following an examination on the sideline he was forced to exit the match, with Gareth Bale coming on in his place in the 68th minute.
The 28-year-old appeared in some pain as he limped off the pitch, having to be supported by a member of Madrid’s training staff on either side of him.
It was a frustrating end to a strong performance for Hazard, who played a major role in the build-up to Madrid’s opener, which was scored by Karim Benzema in the 17th minute.