Belgium vs. South Korea: 6 Things We Learned

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Belgium vs. South Korea: 6 Things We Learned
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In what was their final group-stage match of the World Cup in Brazil, Belgium faced South Korea in Sao Paulo on Thursday. 

For a long time, the match seemed to be headed for a draw, but late in the second half, defender Jan Vertonghen managed to tap in a deflected shot from Divock Origi. 

Shortly before the half-time whistle, the match had taken a difficult turn for the Belgians when defensive midfielder Steven Defour was presented with a red card after a harsh tackle. 

At times, Belgium underwhelmed, but nevertheless, the Rode Duivels won their third match in a row, finishing on top in Group H with a score of 1-0.

Here, we take a look six things we have learned about Belgium. 

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