De Bruyne thinks Player of the Match award was undeserved

Kevin De Bruyne does not think he must have been granted Player of the Match in Belgium’s opening World Cup match versus Canada.

The Belgium worldwide saw out a firmly objected to 1-0 win to open their World Cup project with an important 3 points.

Canada had 22 shots with just 3 on target versus Thibaut Courtois, who conserved a red-faced Yannick Carrasco from more humiliation after conserving the charge he handed out for a handball.

Despite getting the success, Belgium were extensively criticised for their efficiency, particularly in the very first half in which they were controlled by their challengers. The just objective of the video game, which was netted by Michy Batshuayi, came versus the run of play.

They ended up third-placed at the 2018 World Cup and will be seeking to go even more this project and raise the profitable prize with the included skill at their disposal. The bulk of their team remain in exceptional type for their particular clubs; De Bruyne, Courtois and Leandro Trossard – among others.

De Bruyne puzzled by Player of the Match award

The 31-year-old was stunned to win the award, he stated (by means of DaveOCKOP): “I don’t think I played a great game. I don’t know why I got the trophy. Maybe it’s because of my name. Credit to Canada.”

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