Our prediction for this Euro 2020 match:
After beating Russia 4-1 on Saturday evening, Belgium will be looking to keep their 100% record in the Euro 2020 qualifiers intact when they host Cyprus at Stade Roi Baudouin. The Red Devils have been impressive in the European Championship qualifiers, and it is no surprise they are seen as hot favourites to win their last group game. The Hazard brothers impressed in the 4-1 over Russia, meaning that Cyprus defenders should have them at bay.
The Cypriotes, on the other hand, have nothing to play for in Tuesday’s qualifiers, and we do not believe that they are capable of spoiling Belgium’s party in Brussels. Inter attacker Romelu Lukaku is likely to lead the line for the hosts, while Man City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne will be yet another man to watch in the home side. Anyhow, we are positive that the Belgians will put the icing on the cake with a win over Cyprus.
Highlighted Player (Romelu Lukaku):
Romelu Lukaku Bolingoli, born on 13th of ay 1993 is a Belgian player with roots form Congo. Lukaku played for several youth teams before he got picked up by RSC Anderlecht. After playing for only 2 seasons for Anderlecht Chelsea picked him up for around12 million euro.
Lukaku was never able to get a spot in the starting eleven of Chelsea and after playing for WBA he moved to Everton for approximately 35 million euro.Lukaku made his debut in February 2010 by the age of 16 and is one of the youngest players that player for the highest Belgian national team.
The biggest achievement of Lukakui is winning the Eerste klasse in Belgium and the English FA Cup. With his strength and goal scoring abilities Lukaku can be considered as one of the deadliest strikers of the world. Nicknames for Lukaku are Big Rom and the Tank.
Highlighted Team (Cyprus):
Cyprus’ first match took place back in July, 1949, only one year after they became a member of FIFA. The Cypriotes played out a thrilling 3-3 draw with Maccabi Tel Aviv and seven days later they played their first international game. Cyprus suffered a 3-1 loss to Israel in Tel Aviv back then and in November, 1960 they had their first official match as an independent country.
The Cyprus national football team shared the spoils with Israel in the 1962 World Cup qualifier and three years later they recorded their first international win (3-1 over Greece). Cyprus suffered their biggest loss on May 21, 1969, with the team losing to West Germany 12-0 and in 2000 they hammered Andorra 5-0 which is considered the team’s biggest win.
The Cypriotes have yet to qualify for the finals of the FIFA World Cup or the European Championship, but their victory over Bosnia in Zenica in the Euro 2016 qualifiers will be remembered. GSP Stadium in Nicosia is considered the national team’s home ground.