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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Lokeren's Gregory Mertens dies three days after collapsing on pitch

Belgian defender Gregory Mertens has died of heart failure at the age of 24, just three days after collapsing on the pitch.

Belgian defender Gregory Mertens died on Thursday, three days after collapsing while playing for Lokeren's reserve side.

Mertens suffered heart failure on the pitch and received CPR before being transported to a hospital in Genk, where he was placed in an induced coma.

Lokeren confirmed the 24-year-old died on Thursday afternoon.

The club said doctors tried to operate on the player on Tuesday, but there were more complications.

Latest FIFA world ranking sees Belgium climb to third place

The ESPN FC crew discuss the latest FIFA World Rankings, and are surprised by some of the selections.

ZURICH -- Belgium rose to their highest-ever spot at No. 3 in the latest FIFA monthly rankings, which are still led by World Cup winner Germany.

Argentina are second while Belgium traded places with Colombia, who now sit fourth.

Brazil, who beat France in a friendly last month, rose to No. 5 and swapped places with Netherlands at No. 6.

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Marouane Fellaini stars again, Vincent Kompany off in Belgium win

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Belgium hold on despite their captain Vincent Kompany getting sent off in the 64th minute to earn a crucial 3 points in Group B of Euro Qualifying.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol reacts to Marouane Fellaini's continued fine form for both club and country, while Craig Burley is not surprised with his success.

Belgium survived a red card to captain Vincent Kompany as Marouane Fellaini's early goal was enough to beat Israel in their Euro 2016 qualifier in Jerusalem.

Fellaini finished well after Kompany's initial shot had been saved, with the Manchester City skipper sent off after the hour mark as he picked up a second yellow card for fouling Eran Zahavi.

That dismissal was a boost for Belgium's Group B rivals Wales, with Kompany now suspended for the game in Cardiff in June.

Tuesday night's win took Belgium...