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British press is extremely enthusiastic about the Red Devils: ‘We’re losing a brilliant Belgium’

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Of ‘brilliant Belgium ” to ” the new rising voetbalmacht’. The English may well the battle for the bronze lost have of our Red Devils, the press was after the consolation class extremely enthusiastic about the way our national football team their Three Lions knocked. “The more De Bruyne and Hazard excelled, how painful it must have been for the nation that Belgium is not in the final state.’

The Daily Mail saw his Three Lions lose to a ‘brilliant Belgium’. “The bronze is earned to the Belgians. They were clearly the better, in spite of an English explosion in the second half. The pure class of Eden Hazard and Kevin De Bruyne even did this adrenalineloze match shake with their indefensible counters. It is the merit of England that they played against a team that is better than them. Loftus-Cheek, Lingard and Animals did their best and regain their distances. And there was thankfully reverted to the passingsspel. But eventually clashed and we at our limits. Or the genius of the Belgians.’

The English had clearly enjoyed the Red Devils, and rounded it off with: “the more De Bruyne and Hazard excelled, how painful it must have been for the nation that Belgium is not in the final state.’

Start of Belgium as rising voetbalmacht’

Public broadcaster the BBC is to make sure that the Red Devils will come back. ‘Martinez has a phenomenal to work with and they will only become stronger through their experience in this world cup. A team with the attacking firepower of De Bruyne, Hazard and Lukaku, and the strengths at other positions is a team to be reckoned with. And this can only be the start of Belgium as a rising voetbalmacht.’

The Guardian finds it mind-boggling that the Red Devils are not in the game. “A bronze medal is not enough for all their rich talent and the way that they in this world cup have passed. And with De Bruyne and Hazard, they have geniuses in their team.’

The Mirror: ‘Match too many for England

According to The Mirror, was the consolation class ‘the match too much for England’. The newspaper saw coach Southgate five change do, but noticed even then that ‘no extra energy and freshness to be found was for a contest that nobody wanted after the lost semi-final against Croatia.’

They sought their solace in the as well as a certain topschutterstitel of Harry Kane, who in the eyes of The Mirror an offday. “He scored six goals, but since the match against Colombia saves something. He looks slow and there must be a health problem. But Southgate changed him and that is difficult to understand.”

‘Hazard plays like a God’

Also in other countries, they enjoyed the fullest of the last match of the Red Devils at the world cup. “Belgium ends his world cup in beauty,” writes Le Monde and the German Bild thanked both Belgium and England for the attractive tournament. ‘They both have a great world cup played and 28 goals scored.’

Also Eden Hazard got a lot of praise after he for the third time at this world cup man of the match was elected. “There is no Devil who so excels that he is the football field that transcends and plays like a god’, according to El Pais.

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