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Radja Nainggolan: I won't play for Belgium after 'pathetic' excuses behind World Cup snub

Get caught up on the most cringe-worthy moments from this week's UEFA Nations League action.
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Radja Nainggolan has told ESPN FC he won't play for Belgium again and has hit out at the "pathetic" excuses behind his international exile.

The Inter Milan midfielder, 30, was left out of Belgium's World Cup squad last summer and has said he won't return even if Roberto Martinez was replaced as coach.

"I'm not going back to the national team again. I said that if I don't go to the World Cup, I'll quit, and I'm a man of my word," Nainggolan said. "I play my football here [at Inter], with lots of...

Belgium 'forgot to defend' in Switzerland rout in Nations League - Roberto Martinez

Haris Seferovic netted a hat trick as Switzerland erased a two-goal deficit by scoring five unanswered to defeat Belgium and advance to the League A semis.
Craig Burley explains what Belgium's exit from the UEFA Nations League by way of a 5-2 loss to Switzerland means for the team long-term.

Belgium were at a loss to explain their astonishing collapse against Switzerland on Sunday, when they threw away a two-goal lead, conceded five goals in an hour and missed out on the final four of the Nations League.

Some players felt the World Cup semifinalists might have got carried away after they went two goals ahead after only 17 minutes.

Certainly there was a point shortly after their second goal when Belgium were passing the ball around in midfield to cheers from their fans where they seemed...

Eden Hazard, Romelu Lukaku get Belgium call-ups despite fitness concerns

Dries Mertens opened the scoring for Belgium, but it was Arnaut Groeneveld who delivered the equaliser in his first senior appearance for the Netherlands.
Romelu Lukaku scored his 44th and 45th goals for his country as Belgium earned all three points against Switzerland.

Chelsea forward Eden Hazard and Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku have been called up for Belgium's UEFA Nations League double-header despite injury concerns over the duo.

Lukaku missed last weekend's Premier League win over Bournemouth and also did not travel to Turin for Wednesday's Champions League defeat of Juventus due to a thigh muscle injury sustained in training a week ago, but has been named in Roberto Martinez's 25-man squad to face Iceland and Switzerland.

The Belgium boss did,...