Hazard posted a wallchart with his predictions for this summer's World Cup, which saw him correctly guess three of the semi-finalists, as well as getting other results right along the way.
The forward was fouled ten times in Brazil's opening match against Switzerland, the most a player had been fouled in a World Cup match since Alan Shearer in 1998.
Goals from Raphael Varane and Antoine Griezmann in Nizhny Novgorod gave France a 2-0 victory to move into the World Cup semi-finals, ending an impressive campaign from Uruguay in Russian Federation on a relatively limp note.
He said: "Everybody knows Didier Drogba is a bit of a big brother to me".
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They also play with two up front - usually Edinson Cavani and Luis Suarez - which means they carry a big threat going forward too. They have young, hungry players. 'Against Spain they used a different system, but you must adapt to every team you play against.
Even for England, they have progressed into the semi-finals of the World Cup for only the third time, having also done so in 1966 and 1990.
"It's a super exciting game with great players on both sides", France defender Benjamin Pavard said.
Belgium is the competition's top scorer with 12 in its four games, with the goals spread around the team.
The first quarter-final match was played between Uruguay and France. England had a comfortable victory against Sweden in their quarterfinal match whereas Croatia had to fight with Russian Federation to win the game in penalties. Fernandinho is only the second Brazilian score an own goal at World Cups - Marcelo opened Croatia's scoring in the 2014 World Cup opener, which Brazil went on to win 3-1. Neymar will have to be careful not to pick up another booking as he would miss a semifinal should Brazil prevail.
Against Brazil in the quarters, Martinez showed tactical adventure, as he pushed target man Lukaku to the wing to allow De Bruyne to operate as a "false nine".