After the exit of France and Portugal, Belgium are now top of the favourites list to win the Euros.However their quest for glory might be jeopardized by injuries to these key players.Manchester City's in form midfielder Kevin De Bruyne injured his ankle during their round of sixteen game against Portugal.De Bruyne has been key to the team reaching the quarters with one goal and one assist so far.Real Madrid's Eden Hazard also picked up a hamstring injury during the same game.Hazard has been struggling with injuries throughout the season and this might just be another setback the team does not need.As per the team coach Roberto Martinez,the two will miss their big clash against Italy in the quarter finals but will return if they proceed to the semi finals.This is going to be a hard task considering the fine form Italy are in now.Belgium will have to rely on Lukaku to pull all the strings now that both Hazard and De Bruyne will not be in.
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