You can’t fold that easily tonight! Belgium stars head out for stroll around Kaliningrad ahead of England clash… but turn back after just 75 YARDS to avoid selfie-hunters
- Belgium’s plans to enjoy a sunny stroll around Kaliningrad were cut very short
- The Red Devils ended up just taking selfies with fans before heading back
- Kevin De Bruyne, Vincent Kompany and Co were in high spirits on Thursday
- Belgium take on England on Thursday to decide who finishes top of Group G
Roberto Martinez’s Belgium squad enjoyed an extremely brief stroll around Kaliningrad as they tried to take in their surroundings ahead of the England clash.
In fact, they ended up only walking 75 yards before turning back to their base after being trapped by selfie-hunters on Thursday afternoon.
Kevin De Bruyne and his Belgium team-mates enjoyed a brief stroll around Kaliningrad
Vincent Kompany and Co were in a very relaxed mood as they enjoyed the warm weather
Michy Batshuayi was seen sharing a joke with Manchester City skipper Kompany on Thursday
Despite their plan coming to an abrupt end, the Belgium squad appeared in a very relaxed mood with their last-16 place already secured with a group match to spare.
Michy Batshuayi was seen sharing a joke with Manchester City captain Kompany and United midfielder Fellaini.
Meanwhile, De Bruyne was pictured enjoying a light-hearted chat with Youri Tielemans as they looked to take their mind off the England game.
Batshuayi was in extremely high spirits as the Red Devils went on their extremely brief stroll
Adnan Januzaj speaks to Marouane Fellaini ahead of Belgium’s Group G decider with England
Belgium take on the Three Lions in the Group G decider on Thursday evening, with victory for either side guaranteeing them top spot.
Belgium and England go into the World Cup clash, which is set to have plenty of Premier League players featuring, equal on six points with the exact same goal difference.
And speaking ahead of the highly-anticipated clash, Martinez described it as the ‘celebration game’ and stated that ‘winning is not the priority’.
Dries Mertens and Thomas Vermaelen chat as they take their minds off the England game
Author: Nancy Parker
Nancy Parker is a five time Emmy Award winning journalist and seven time Emmy nominee who has spent almost twenty five years covering news in South Louisiana. She has anchored every prime time newscast at WVUE FOX8 during her twenty year tenure in New Orleans.