Belgium wants to rise up against Lewandowski’s Poland


After a devastating 1-4 defeat against the Netherlands, Belgium will also look to Brussels on Wednesday against Poland by Robert Lewandowski (in Barcelona orbit) to bounce back with victory in Group 4 of the Nations League.

On Tuesday Roberto Martínez, coach of Belgium, threw a ‘dart’ at Louis van Gaal, who manages the Netherlands and who after 1-4 said he knew the Belgians weren’t hitting enough.

“With all due respect for him, he also said that Noa Lang has a better chance of winning the Ballon d’Or than Kevin de Bruyne. I don’t want to continue commenting on what people are talking about our team ”, said Roberto Martínez.

The Catalan coach said Belgium’s problem against the Netherlands was “lack of communication when the ball is lost.” The goal of the ‘red devils’ was to improve the defense, but Roberto Martínez, who fired Romelu Lukaku, would not make any drastic changes.

Meanwhile, Poland made their debut in this Nations League beating Wales 2-1, so they tied on 3 points with the Dutch team.



King Baudouin, 20.45 (UEFA TV)

Belgium: castles; Alderweireld, Boyata, Vertonghen; Meunier, Tielemans, Dedoncker, Carrasco; Trossard, De Bruyne; Mertens

Coach: Roberto Martinez

Poland: Szczesny; Bereszynski, Glik, Bednarek, Puchacz; Klick, Krychowiak, Goralski; Zielinsky; Lewandowski and Swidersky

Coach: Czeslaw Michniewicz

Referee: Ivan van Kruzliak (Slovakia)

Source: La Verdad


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