Coach Roberto Martinez is content with the way Belgium Wednesday night’s friendly against Egypt, played. The ‘Red Devils’ won a week for the world cup easily with 3-0 in Brussels.
“The players fight for each other and that is becoming a habit. So it will have to happen in Russia: first, there should be a team, then we can use our talent to make a difference,” said Martinez after the race at a press conference, according to Sporza.
Belgium in the King baudouin stadium have little to fear for co-WK-ganger Egypt, which was still without injured star player Mohamed Salah for the day was and at rest is already 2-0 behind.
Romelu Lukaku and captained Eden Hazard signed for the first two hits and the final chord was for Marouane Fellaini. Belgium did so, and some confidence for the world cup, Martinez in addition to the simple victory especially pleased that his squad for the fourth match in a row, a clean sheet recorded.
“Our performance was far from perfect, but we were still without tegendoelpunt. It does me good that I have players fight for each other when we make mistakes. I have not seen before.”