Our prediction for this World Cup 2022 match:
Belgium kick off their 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign with a match against Wales at their King Baudoin Stadium. The Red Devils are eyeing their fifth consecutive win in all competitions, and we are positive that they will stick to their attacking style of play. Out-of-form Real Madrid winger Eden Hazard is sidelined with injury, and, in his absence, a man to watch in the home team will be Man City ace Kevin de Bruyne, who is enjoying yet another successful season.
Inter attacker Romelu Lukaku is widely expected to lead the line for the hosts. The Dragons, on the other hand, did well to qualify for the Euro 2021 finals. Gareth Bale has been producing fine displays with Tottenham of late, but Wales face an uphill task in their opener. Since Belgium are a real force to be reckoned with at home, we predict that the visitors will return home empty-handed. Aaron Ramsey has been included despite concerns over his fitness.
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 (Wales):
Despite being part of the United Kingdom, Wales national football team has been competing in FIFA tournaments since 1950, although they have so far only reached two tournament finals. The Dragons surprised everyone by making it to the quarter-finals at the 1958 World Cup in Sweden, but little did they know that it would remain their only World Cup appearance up to date.
Wales had plenty of problems in the European Championship qualifiers as well, but they finally managed to end the barren run by securing their place at the Euro 2016 in France. Led by the likes of Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey, Joe Allen and Ashley Williams, the Dragons performed admirably throughout the campaign and even reached the 8th position in the FIFA Rankings in October 2015.
Neville Southall remains the team’s most capped player, but the generation that included Ryan Giggs, Gary Speed, Craig Bellamy and John Hartson will also be remembered for some impressive performances against top European national teams.