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 By Ian Holyman

Eden Hazard beats Kevin De Bruyne, Romelu Lukaku to win Belgium award

Sid Lowe explains how Eden Hazard could pave the way for a move from Chelsea to Real Madrid and what it would mean for certain Madrid stars.

Chelsea star Eden Hazard has seen off the challenge of Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne and Manchester United forward Romelu Lukaku to be named the Belgian FA (KBVB)'s "Devil of the Year."

Hazard came out on top in an Internet poll organised by his country's national federation, earning 10,280 votes to succeed Dries Mertens as the Belgian national team's top man.

That put him well ahead of De Bruyne, who polled 4,710 votes, with Lukaku third on 3,223.

Hazard wins despite suffering an ankle fracture...

 By Nick Ames

Roberto Martinez: 'No secrets' for England, Belgium ahead of World Cup

Watch Jan Vertonghen and Eric Dier's reaction as Belgium and England were drawn together in Group G for the World Cup.
Stewart Robson feels England lucked out and got a fairly easy group that contains Belgium, Panama and Tunisia.

Roberto Martinez believes there will be "no secrets" when his Belgium side face England at next summer's World Cup and says a gifted generation of players can handle the responsibility of delivering success on the biggest stage.

The two sides will play in Kaliningrad on June 28 in a match that could well decide the winner of a group that also features Tunisia and Panama.

As many as 16 Belgium squad members could come from Premier League clubs and friendships will have to be put aside for one afternoon.

"It's...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

FIFA doesn't recognise Romelu Lukaku all-time goals record for Belgium

Romelu Lukaku provided the lone goal of the game to earn Belgium a win in their friendly against Japan.
Roberto Martinez defended Romelu Lukaku's recent form and insisted that he's proud of the progress he's made in recent seasons.

Romelu Lukaku will have to wait to become his country's all-time top goal scorer -- despite Belgium already proclaiming him to be the record holder.

Lukaku scored twice in a 3-3 draw with Mexico on Friday, before netting the only goal in Tuesday night's victory at home to Japan.

The Belgian FA tweeted that the Manchester United striker had moved onto 31 goals for his country, taking him one clear of Bernard Voorhoof and Paul van Himst, who finished their international careers with 30 goals.

However,...

 By Ian Holyman

Belgium vs. Japan almost called off due to potential terror threat

Romelu Lukaku provided the lone goal of the game to earn Belgium a win in their friendly against Japan.
Roberto Martinez feels Kevin De Bruyne is capable of achieving what Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have in their careers.

Belgium's friendly game against with Japan in Bruges on Wednesday was almost called off due to a terrorist threat.

The match was in doubt an hour before kick-off due to the potential of an attack. Though police eventually decided the game could be played, security measures were significantly stepped up, meaning a number of fans missed the start of the match and even most of the first half.

Belgian FA spokesman Stefan Van Loock told media after the final whistle: "We thought, talking to the authorities,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku: I was born to score

Roberto Martinez defended Romelu Lukaku's recent form and insisted that he's proud of the progress he's made in recent seasons.

Romelu Lukaku has told Sky Sports News he is "like a leopard in the box" after the Manchester United striker ended his recent goal drought with a brace for Belgium.

Lukaku, 24, netted two second-half goals as Belgium drew 3-3 against Mexico in a friendly at King Baudouin Stadium following a seven-game drought for his club.

"Yes, it's a relief but I knew it would come," he said. "I feel great to be honest.

"I was born to score. I don't think many strikers of my generation have as many goals as me....