It’s Victory Day for Belgium! After two defections against Holland and Georgia, the Devils take on Portugal this Tuesday at 6 p.m. In addition to aiming to win their first Euro Espoirs game for sixteen years, the young Belgians will want to validate their ticket to the quarter-finals. And to achieve this goal, one victory is enough.
But share will not destroy it Jackie Mathisen’s Men. For this, Georgia must beat the Netherlands (a match that also takes place at 6 pm). In the event of a split between the Georgians and the Dutch, our compatriots should score more goals than the Portuguese.
In return, Belgium will be eliminated in case of defeat.
Luis Obenda found himself facing an almost empty goal, after only a minute of play, having been made up by Baliquecha, his shot finishing on the post. The Lens striker should have opened the scoring for the Belgians.
Belgium: Vandevoordt, Siquet, Debast, De Winter, De Cuyper, Matazo, De Ketelaere, Vranckx, Ramazani, Openda, Balikwisha
Portugal: Silton Bayai, Jose Carlos, Alexandre Pinetra, Andre Amaro, Nuno Tavares, Joao Neves, Thiago Dantes, Samuel Costa, Francisco Conceicao, Fabio Silva, Pedro Neto