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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,...

Real Madrid yet to contact Belgium's Roberto Martinez over manager's job

With Arsene Wenger among the potential candidates for the Real Madrid job, the FC crew examine whether the former Arsenal boss would be a good fit.
The FC crew explain what challenges lie ahead for Santi Solari, but agree that the void left by Cristiano Ronaldo's departure remains a significant issue.
Santi Solari outlines his expectations for Real Madrid, with their first test being Melilla in the Copa del Rey round of 32.
Santi Solari realises taking over Real Madrid as interim boss isn't an easy situation, but believes the side are capable of turning the recent results around.
The FC panel take a deep dive into the failed Julen Lopetegui experiment at Real Madrid and discuss who could replace him on a permanent basis.

Real Madrid are yet to make an official approach for Roberto Martinez, a spokesperson for the Belgian Football Association has told ESPN FC, but they have not ruled out the possibility of releasing the coach should he want to replace Julen Lopetegui at the Bernabeu.

Madrid sacked Lopetegui as coach after six defeats in the opening 12 games of the season, culminating in Sunday's 5-1 Clasico defeat at Barcelona. Santi Solari has been promoted from coach of Madrid's Castilla youth team on an interim...

Chelsea's Eden Hazard could never be my club teammate - Thorgan Hazard

Eden Hazard scored 7 goals in the opening 8 matches of the Premier League, helping Chelsea to an excellent start to the season.

Thorgan Hazard has said that it would be "difficult" to play in the same team as older brother Eden, adding that the Chelsea superstar "is a bigger player than I am."

Chelsea signed the younger Hazard -- one of four professional footballing brothers -- from Lens in 2012 and, after spending all of his three years on the books at Stamford Bridge on loan, he joined Borussia Monchengladbach in a permanent transfer in the summer of 2015.

Thorgan has flourished in the Bundesliga, earning a call-up alongside...

FIFA rankings: Belgium overtake France at No. 1; Gibraltar on rise

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop unveils his latest rankings with an international team twist.

Belgium have edged ahead of France to take outright top spot in FIFA's world rankings, released on Thursday, while tiny Gibraltar were the biggest risers thanks to their first two competitive wins this month.

Belgium and France had been tied at the top last month and while both sides won one game and drew another in October, the Belgians -- with 1,733 points -- moved ahead by a single point under the formula for calculating the rankings.

Belgium beat Switzerland in the Nations League and drew with...