5 Things for Belgium to Take out of Their World Cup Group-Stage Games

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5 Things for Belgium to Take out of Their World Cup Group-Stage Games
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After winning all three of their group matches, Belgium have qualified for the round of 16 with an impressive tally of nine points. 

The group stage hasn't been all positive, though. In all three of their matches, the Rode Duivels seemed to have trouble finding the net, and manager Marc Wilmots was forced to make substitutions and tweak his tactics to turn things around. 

Consequently, Belgium fans might have conflicting feelings about their team's efforts so far. Despite first-round success, it's still not clear how the Rode Duivels would stack up against the world's best players. 

Here, we take a look at five things the Belgians can take into the next round, positive and negative. 

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