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Belgium believe they can beat France despite speedy Mbappe

By Reuters
09 July 2018   |   8:00 am
Belgium are confident they can win the World Cup, defender Thomas Vermaelen said on Sunday, in the first direct acknowledgement of the team's belief in their ability to emerge triumphant in Russia.

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