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This is how Kevin De Bruyne clicked a hat-trick against Scotland in Euro 2020 Qualifier

Hemden Park witnessed the fire of Kevin De Bruyne within the period of the game as he delivered his signature stroke to give his contender from Scotland, Thomas Vermaelen. Kevin De Bruyne’s performance created a spur in the social media after this hat-trick against a competent defender. Belgium’s untamed performance made Steve Clarke’s team awestruck after Monday. Bruyne makes the spectators remember his zeal once again with his seventy-first appearance.

Kevin De Bruyne’s fourth and final goal marked history in the fate of Belgium’s football career in the international thread. Steve Clarke lost his hope to strive again after seeing a glorified scoreboard with 4-0. Clarke tried to bring alteration with starting it with Kenny McLean, Christie and Phillips for contending. But that did not work out to make things changeable once again. Thomas Vermaelen and Aldeweireld also kept the Scots in a tough time during the match.

This is how Kevin De Bruyne clicked a hat-trick against Scotland in Euro 2020 Qualifier
This is how Kevin De Bruyne clicked a hat-trick against Scotland in Euro 2020 Qualifier

After winning in the Nations League, Scotland secured a place in international football. But the new leader, Steve Clarke, needed much attention as it was constantly seen on Monday in Hemden Park. On the contrary, Belgium topped in the FIFA World Cup rank as always promised its quality for performance.

Dries Mertens pulled down Kevin De Bruyne on the left and Lakaku was running towards the post. But Bruyne made himself harmonized to make a tug of war between Belgium and Scotland. 

Alderweireld got an advantage to head Belgium’s Kevin De Bruyne’s cross-move. Bruyene’s performance was a stand-out in Manchester City last Monday making all contenders and supporters star struck on his every move. It is expected now that Clarke got a lesson about discipline rules and setting games before starting with a new plan again.

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