Euro 2020 enters the second day with now Group B playing the second game. The first game had to aborted between Denmark Vs Finland. Earlier today, there was a 1-1 draw between Wales and Switzerland. All eyes are now focused on the group B second game.
Belgium squad will really miss the services of their best Midfielder in the World- Kevin De Bruyne. He picked up a nose injury during their champions League final against Chelsea last month. He has undergone surgery but he is doubtful for today's game against Russian side. Apart from KDB, the Belgium's Squad will also miss out two other key players- Witsel and E.Hazard.
That aside, Roberto Martinez's men looks very strong compared to Russian side. The squad is stronger as they still have their key players like Lukaku, Mertens, Carrasco and Curtois.
This squad will still challenge Russia side in today's game. What do you think with this game? Will Roberto's men pass through Russians? Leave a comment
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