"The most important thing is to be ready for D-Day"

Sunday, 10 June 2018 22:57
"The most important thing is to be ready for D-Day" ©belga
"Whatever the result tomorrow, the most important thing is to be ready for D-Day against Panama", Eden Hazard said on Sunday while at the National Football Centre in Tubize. 
The Red Devils will train at Tubize one last time on Sunday afternoon. They will then take on Costa Rica at the Roi Baudouin Stadium on Monday evening. This will be their third and final friendly match, in preparation for the World Cup in Russia. 

The Belgian team will fly to Russia on Wednesday and play their first World Cup match against Panama in Sochi on Monday the 18th of June. The Devils will then face Tunisia (23rd of June in Moscow) and England (28th of June in Kaliningrad.

Jason Bennett
The Brussels Times
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