Belgium is eliminated from the World Cup

December 2, 2022

Belgium exits from the World Cup following a scoreless tie with Croatia and head coach Roberto Martinez resigned.

Belgium got elimination from the World Cup a after goalless draw with Croatia

After a goalless draw with Croatia on Thursday, which make Belgium to third place in Group F. After the result, Belgium get the elimination from the 2022 World Cup.

Romelu Lukaku and Yannick Carrasco both missed excellent chances to score the goal that would have advanced the Red Devils, frustrating the Red Devils on a frustrating evening.

The No. 2 team in the world ultimately fell short at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, which means it won’t be participating in the tournament’s knockout round.

Morocco, which defeated Canada 2-1 on Thursday, and Croatia qualified from the group by taking first and second place, respectively.

The Royal Belgian Football Association announced shortly afterward that manager Roberto Martnez had resigned from his position as head coach of the national team. It was another disappointing end to an international tournament for the Belgians.

Martnez said in his post-game interview that Belgium can leave with “heads held high.”

In the World Cup, victory is not always easy. We weren’t ourselves in the first game, and we suffered a well-earned loss in the second, Martnez told the BBC.

“Today there are no regrets because we were ready and took advantage of the chances. We can end on a high note even though we are finished.