For the first time in World Cup history, the first 27 games of the tournament all featured goals. Romelu Lukaku, with four goals, became Belgium’s top scorer at a World Cup but was taken off after an hour before he had a chance to complete his hat-trick. His departure prompted speculation that he might be rested for the final group game against England. Belgium team professional footballer trying to create 2018 FIFA history.
#1. Team create many more goalscoring chances
Belgium in 2018 a team who create many more goalscoring chances than they convert with a 40-goal
centre-forward who is only 25 years old – and yet with qualification almost assured, Romelu Lukaku is not likely to be a concern for England yet.