Ferociously strong, fast and surprisingly agile, the young Belgian is proving himself to be one of the premiership’s finest strikers on loan at West Brom.
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Match night is a familiar scene for many in Belgium. See a few Belgian escorts, reminisce about the past, dream of the glory days once more. They were a major power in the 1980’s, a team that was feared and respected by the European elite and one that would seek to upset the strict hegemony of the footballing world. They sparkled brightly for many years, but eventually they faded from memory. By the year 2000, they were a shadow of their previous selves, a resilient 3rd tier side that could challenge, but definitely not one that would win a major title.
Something of a revolution is brewing. Quietly, bubbling under the surface, there is a fantastic squad of players rising up from mediocrity to form what might be considered one of the strongest first 11s in the world. As much as English journalist hail their new starlets, their squad pales in comparison to the new Belgian superstars that is being created. It’s hard to overstate how incredible their depth is. The likes of Axel Witsel, the dominant midfielder with an incredible range of passing and defensive contributions, are unable to make it off the bench most of the time.
Speaking of the midfield, this is arguably where the Belgium squad is the most incredible. Mousa Dembele is one of the complete players in the Premier League at the moment. Arguably Tottenham’s second best player- playing second fiddle to Gareth Bale is far from shameful- he combines a physical presence, with creativity in distribution and surging box to box runs. He partners Marouane Fellaini, who shares many of the same properties. Between them, they make up one of the most feared pivots in Europe.
In front of that, a glorious trident of Eden Hazard, Kevin Mirallas and Romelu Lukaku is a young, dynamic set of attackers that any club would kill to possess. Of course, the European Champions Chelsea happen to own two of those players, which tells you all that you need to know. Hazard is a remarkably tricky little winger, whose feet are as tricky as his sharp mind. Able to take on his man, he’s equally capable playing a defense splitting pass as he is dribbling past hapless fullbacks. Mirallas is not quite so extraordinarily technical, but his incredible speed more than makes up for it. Up front, Benteke and Lukaku fight it out for the sole striker spot. Benteke’s knack of finding goals and excellent off the ball movement have seen his stock rise considerably in the past 6 months, with comparisons already being drawn to Demba Ba. Lukaku is more like his idol, Drogba. Ferociously strong, fast and surprisingly agile, the young Belgian is proving himself to be one of the premiership’s finest strikers on loan at West Brom. His ability to shake off defenders with ease has often seen him labelled as unplayable. He will need to perfect his first touch and aerial abilities if he is to reach his true peak, but there can be little doubt that the player dubbed the “kraken” by fans, is more than capable of leading his side to major trophies.
And so it is that Belgian fans have a reason to cheer once more. No longer will they have to suffer from mediocrity. For them, football is once again resuming its part at the centre of their attention. No longer will it have to suffer away as an excuse to spend some time with Belgian escorts and down a few. It’s amazing to think that this side came out of nowhere, and suddenly an entire golden generation is upon the world, assured in the knowledge that if they reach their potential, there are few in the world that can stop them.
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