Belgium πŸ‡§πŸ‡ͺ vs Kazakhstan πŸ‡°πŸ‡Ώ

BEL vs KAZ
Belgian football possesses a golden generation with the stars who are releasing in the top European leagues such as Eden Hazard, Kevin de Bruyne or Lukaku. With the best team of players in history, Belgium has maintained the No. 1 position in the FIFA World Cup for many months. Therefore, it is not surprising that they show overwhelming strength compared to the rest of Euro 2020 Group I qualifiers. With two full wins against Russia and Cyprus, together with quiz is 5 goals, Belgium currently is at the top of the table with 6 absolute points.
Belgium's form has not declined for a long time. They won 16 matches, drew 2 matches and lost only 2 of the last 20 appearances, an extremely destructive style that the top teams in the world also had to crave. Eden Hazard is currently the brightest star in the Belgian squad with 16 assists and 15 assists after 37 appearances for Chelsea in the English Premier League. After first reaching the World Cup semi-finals in the tournament in Russia, Belgium is aiming for the next goal of Euro 2020. So far they are still doing well on the roadmap, and are expected to be able to do it more and more.

Kazakhstan is clearly not considered a worthy competitor to such a powerful Belgium. In Group I, Kazakhstan is only considered as a team of road lined teams. After 2 matches, they got 3 points and finished 3rd. However, they also won only against the weak Scottish team while losing to 0-4 against Russia. Thus, Kazakhstan has a series of four consecutive matches that only know draw and lose. On away field, they even lost 7 out of 10 most recent marches.

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