Who will win this decisive battle?
Belgium have qualified for the world cup finals for the first time since 2002. With an impressive squad at their disposal this time around, Belgium look to take the world by surprise. TheHardTackle makes a comparitive study of two of their promising young strikers-Romelu Lukaku and Christian Benteke. After a solid qualifying campaign in a group containing Serbia and Croatia, where they finished as group winners, Belgium clearly asserted their credentials as one of the dark horses in this year`s world cup. Blessed with an abundance of talent in all areas of the pitch, the Red Devils have gained the respect of the world and one wonai??i??t be surprised if they make it past the last 16 stage of the world cup. Marc Wilmots, who himself was a prolific scorer for Belgium during his time with the national team, will hope to bring back the Golden Period of Belgian football and much will depend on his centre forwards in […]
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