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Record breaker Jan Vertonghen Belgium's Mr. Dependable

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Belgium can win the World Cup.

Rene Vandereycken hasn't forgotten the day he named Jan Vertonghen in the Belgium squad for the first time.

"A French-speaking journalist turned to his Dutch-speaking colleague and asked: 'Jan Vertonghen, who is that?'", Vandereycken -- Red Devils manager from 2005 to 2009 -- recalled this week.

In the French and Flemish regions of Belgium, Vertonghen, who had spent the season on loan at Dutch club RKC Waalwijk from Ajax, was a complete unknown ahead of his international debut against Portugal...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

How Belgium can be seeded at the World Cup finals for Russia 2018

Steve Nicol says FIFA are fixing a system that isn't broken by deciding to seed every team for the 2018 World Cup draw.

Belgium have had one of the most promising squads in world football for a number of years, and at one point topped the FIFA World Ranking. They have already qualified for next year's finals, and now will look to secure a place among the seeds. 

Russia will be seeded as hosts, and joined by the top seven qualifiers based upon the October FIFA World Ranking, which is published after the next round of qualifiers. 

So how can Belgium be one of the eight top-seeded nations in the Dec. 1 group-stage...

United's nervous wait over Lukaku fitness update with Liverpool looming

The ESPN FC crew look at Manchester United's progress this season.

On Saturday afternoon, Roberto Martinez will submit his team sheet for Belgium's World Cup qualifier against Bosnia.

Manchester United fans have not been so interested in a piece of paper since the David De Gea fax went missing.

Belgium have got World Cup qualifiers against Bosnia on Saturday and Cyprus on Tuesday. United play Liverpool next weekend. And Romelu Lukaku has got an ankle injury.

Given that they have already qualified for next summer's tournament in Russia, Belgium's games are, in reality,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Manchester United receive Romelu Lukaku injury boost

Stewart Robson explains why, unlike Paul Mariner, he has Lukaku over Aguero in his ranking of Premier League strikers.
Craig Burley breaks down Man United's first goal and how their movement has impacted their goalscoring form.

Tuesday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending ...

MAN UNITED: Manchester United have received an injury boost after a scan on Romelu Lukaku's ankle revealed no fracture or ligament damage.

- Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been warned against making an early comeback by surgeon Dr Freddie Fu, who operated on his knee in May.

- Jose Mourinho wants Luke Shaw to fight for his place and is "testing" him, former United defender Rio Ferdinand has said.

BARCELONA: Spain...

 By Musa Okwonga

Romelu Lukaku becoming the target man that Man United have needed

The FC panel debate whether Belgium can win the World Cup or merely prove to be an entertaining side in Russia.
Romelu Lukaku heads in the winning goal for Belgium in Greece, punching the Red Devils' ticket to the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Romelu Lukaku just scored the goal that takes Belgium to next year's World Cup in Russia. His strike -- a beautifully angled header into the far corner, from a right-wing cross -- was the most newsworthy thing about his performance in a 2-1 win over Greece, but arguably not the most impressive.

Playing away from home, Lukaku was every bit the target man that Manchester United wish him to be. Frequently criticised for his lack of movement and the poor quality of his first touch, he roamed from flank...

 By Chris Wright

Romelu Lukaku, Jan Vertonghen work at McDonald's for the day

With the season over and competitive football on the back-burner for a couple of months, it looks like Romelu Lukaku and Jan Vertonghen have found themselves part-time jobs to pass the time.

Indeed, the Belgium internationals ventured behind the counter to work a shift at McDonald's over the weekend.

When you work in @mcdonalds for the day...

A post shared by Jan Vertonghen (@jvertonghen) on

"When you work in McDonald's for the day," the Tottenham defender quipped...