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 By Sasa Ibrulj

Bosnia-Herzegovina unable to cope with Belgium's individual quality

Kevin De Bryune, Marouane Fellaini and Eden Hazard all scored as the Belgium stars showed up against a feisty Bosnian side.

Mehmed Bazdarevic, the 54-year old manager of Bosnia-Herzegovina, could have not been more honest and direct to a small pack of journalists at King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels on Thursday night. His Bosnia-Herzegovina team had just lost to Belgium 3-1, despite looking in control after Edin Dzeko had opened the scoring in the 15th minute.

"I believe that we did our best," he said. "But, at this point, Belgium is a side with much better individuals than we have and this result is realistic."

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Kevin De Bruyne rallies Belgium to win over Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Kevin De Bryune, Marouane Fellaini and Eden Hazard all scored as the Belgium stars showed up against a feisty Bosnian side.
The new Manchester City acquisition scored a superb goal for the Belgian national team against Bosnia.

Belgium remained second in Euro 2016 qualifying Group B after a fine Kevin De Bruyne performance helped them come from behind to defeat Bosnia-Herzegovina 3-1 in Brussels on Thursday.

The hosts were a goal down on the quarter-hour mark when Edin Dzeko headed in, but Marouane Fellaini levelled things eight minutes later in similar fashion, converting from De Bruyne's corner.

Manchester City's new record signing then fired home sweetly from outside the box to make it 2-1 a minute before the break.

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Euro 2016 Forecaster: Several seeded teams in danger of not qualifying

Germany coach Joachim Loew and midfielder Mario Gotze look ahead to their crunch Euro 2016 Group D qualifiers against Poland and Scotland.

The penultimate week of Euro 2016 group qualifying begins on Thursday, and 17 different countries could clinch a spot in France by Tuesday. The qualifying campaign has been rife with upsets, resulting in only two of the nine seeded teams currently being on top of their groups.

With the forgiving nature of qualifying, not all of the seeds are in danger of being eliminated. Each group's top two teams qualify automatically for Euro 2016. The best team of the nine third-place clubs also gets a direct berth, and the other eight third-place teams enter playoffs for the final four spots.

But as it stands, ESPN's Soccer Power Index (SPI) forecasts three seeded teams to finish outside the top two when the group stage concludes in October. Based on 10,000 simulations of the remaining games, here's how SPI sees the groups playing out, with a focus on how the top seeds are performing. (For more information on SPI, see Nate Silver's explainers here, here and here.)

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