Ireland drew against renewed Belgium

Ireland drew against renewed Belgium

Merit-filled Ireland beat Belgium (2-2). The Green boys Winners to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Irish Football Association. They took the lead twice and equalized through a header from Alan Brown (85th). Without their players, not a single player who has been summoned will have more than 50 caps, with Belgium dominating for 30 minutes and seeing the balance of power turn against them.

Belgium and Ireland scored the first goals respectively in the first period on a single shot to the goal. Eccentric, Michi Batshuai rolled a good shot from the right following a transformation completed on the 3 transmissions. Chidosi Ogben equalized with a pair of scissors diverted by Jason Denier after a series of duels at the Belgian 5.50m (35th).

UV Tylemans and Jason Denier gave the Belgian defense two brilliant starts on their return from the locker room. Hans Vanaken allowed the Red Devils to take the lead for the second time in a row (2-1, 58). Ireland resisted moving forward and threatened from the depths. So Brown rewarded the Irish effort. Aviva Stadium was thrown out with their players, and Simon Mignalett had to send the final hot ball to avoid a Belgian defeat.

Belgium have an appointment with Burkina Faso for a second friendly on Tuesday, March 29th.

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