Belgium player of the year photo

Following the frightening incident involving Christian Eriksen, Denmark will look to regroup when they welcome Belgium to Copenhagen’s Parken on Thursday.

Meanwhile, Belgium unlocked their account with a hugely persuading 3-0 victory over Russia on Saturday night.

It’s sure to say that football seized a backseat when Eriksen fell off the ground during Denmark’s inaugurating match last weekend.

Although the Danes saw 70% possession and racked up 22 shots, they ceased to function to get going when the game began again; leaving Finland to reclaim their only shot on target.

Belgium and Denmark stats


Denmark led the way into the European Championship having lost just once in 12 outings (nine wins, two draws).

On the other hand, Belgium will be roused for their next match fulfilling the continuing statement win over Russia last match.

While celebrating 67% of the ball, the Red Devils restricted the Russians to just a single shot on target – bringing in three goals of their own.

Romelu Lukaku bagged an outstanding brace, while Thomas Meunier’s first-half strike closed the scoring.

Saturday’s victory saw Roberto Martinez’s side expand their unbeaten streak to ten games (eight wins, two draws).

Looking at the overall performance in the recent matches,  Belgium has only lost one of their earlier 24 matches in all competitions.

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