- Belgiums’ 1-0 win to start their World Cup campaign at Ahmed bin Ali Stadium
- Michy Batshuayi scored the lone goal of the match to give Belgium a 1-0 victory
- The match took place in Group F of the competition
Belgium was startled and astonished for 88 of the 90 minutes of the match, but Thibaut Courtois saved a penalty and Toby Alderweireld partnered Michy Batshuayi to set up a moment of brilliance in the Belgiums’ 1-0 win to start their World Cup campaign at Ahmed bin Ali Stadium on Wednesday.
Michy Batshuayi scored the lone goal of the match to give Belgium a 1-0 victory over Canada at the Ahmed bin Ali Stadium during the ongoing FIFA World Cup.
The match took place in Group F of the competition. Batshuayi scored against the run of play to give Belgium a victory that they had to work hard for.
Belgium spent the majority of the game playing from behind, but Batshuayi’s goal gave them the victory. Early on in the first half, Thibaut Courtois made a save from the penalty spot to prevent Alphonso Davies of Canada from scoring and keep the score tied at zero. Because of the victory, Belgium is now in first place in Group F.
Belgium are up and running in Qatar and, yet again, their main man left it all out on the pitch.
Tonight’s @Budweiser Player of the Match, Kevin De Bruyne 👏
— FIFA World Cup (@FIFAWorldCup) November 23, 2022
Belgium XI: Courtois, Vertonghen, Alderweireld, Dendoncker, Castagne, Witsel, Tielemans (Onana, 45′), Carrasco (Meunier, 45′), De Bruyne, Hazard (Trossard, 62′), Batshuayi (Openda, 78′).
Canada XI: Borjan, Laryea (Adekugbe, 74′), Miller, Vitoria, Johnston, Davies, Eustaquio (Osorio, 81′), Hutchinson (Koné, 58), Buchanan (Millar, 81′), Hoilett (Larin, 58), David.
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