England are eager to beat Belgium as they both face off in the UEFA Nations League. Having the advantage of Wembley, England, despite not launching Harry Kane from the beginning, still aims to win all 3 points. On the other side of the front line, Belgium has no Eden Hazard, but Kevin De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku are still dangerous attacks for MU.
He dominated in the first few minutes of the match, but Belgium straightened them with Carrasco’s unrecognized goal in the 10th minute. After the warning, Belgium completely overwhelmed England thanks to De’s excellent passing ability.
Bruyne and Witsel are in the midfield. However, the difference between the two teams comes from Romelu Lukaku. In the 15 th minute, the striker playing for Inter Milan quickly surpassed Eric Dier to enter the penalty area. The Tottenham defender cut down Lukaku in the penalty area and referee Tobias Stieler pointed to the penalty spot.
Belgium overwhelmed England with more and more outstanding opportunities. However, while having an advantage, England got a penalty when Meunier pulled Jordan Henderson down in the penalty area. On the end of 11 meters, Rashford finished the score accurately for the homeowner.
Entering the second half, England played better after the instructions of coach Gareth Southgate. In the 64th minute, Mason Mount gave England a 2-1 lead with a lucky kick. That hit Toby Aldeweireld’s foot in the net and went into the net in Simon Mignolet’s helplessness.
Belgium frantically rushed to attack to find the equalizer. De Bruyne had an unbelievable slit for Carrasco to equalize, but the number 11 was regrettable. After De Bruyne was substituted, Belgium could no longer maintain enough pressure on Pickford’s goal and let the match end with a 1-2 loss.
Winning Belgium, England rise to the top of group A2 in the UEFA Nations League with 7 points after 3 matches, In the next round, England will meet Denmark.