‘It should not be done’ – Hiddink refuses to condemn Hazard after shirt swap

first_img1 Guus Hiddink has told Chelsea fans ‘not to overvalue’ Eden Hazard’s half-time gesture in their Champions League defeat to Paris Saint-Germain.The Ligue 1 side edged the last 16 second leg and Blues fans were angered by the Belgian playmaker at the interval.As both sides headed for the changing rooms, with the score 1-1, Hazard swapped shirts with former Manchester United attacker Angel di Maria – something Hiddink did not approve of, although he refused to condemn the 25-year-old.“I’m aware. It should not be done,” the Dutchman said.“But in some countries it’s usual that you do it (at half-time) and not after the game. Maybe they’re both used to doing that.“Don’t overvalue this issue.” Eden Hazard limped of with a knock in the second half last_img