|Witsel: Belgium are feared now in fifa |
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Now 26, Axel Witsel is one of the figureheads of Belgian football’s much-lauded “golden generation”, one that reached the quarter-finals of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ before going down narrowly to eventual runners-up Argentina.
Capped more than 50 times by his country, the Zenit St. Petersburg midfielder has become one of national team coach Marc Wilmots’ most trusted lieutenants on the pitch. A leader, a gifted technician and a precise passer of the ball, Witsel also possesses the intelligence, maturity and composure needed to ensure his coach’s orders are implemented on the field of play.
A Standard Liege youth product, Witsel helped them land back-to-back league titles in 2008 and 2009 and was Belgium’s Golden Shoe in the first of those triumphant campaigns. His performances attracted the interest of Europe’s top clubs, with Witsel choosing to continue his development at Benfica before signing a five-year contract with Zenit in 2012.
That career path is perhaps the reason why the elegant midfielder occupies less time in the limelight than those of Belgium colleagues playing for Europe’s biggest sides. Anxious to find out more about the Diables Rouges mainstay.