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World Cup: Belgium too good for England in World Cup play-off

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Belgium achieve their best World Cup finish as goals from Thomas Meunier and Eden Hazard secure a 2-0 victory over England in the third-place playoff in Saint Petersburg.

Added on the 14/07/2018 18:18:06 - Copyright : AFP EN

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