Belgium vs Russia player ratings World Cup 2014: Did Marouane Fellaini make an impact?
A look at the individual performances from this Group H encounter
Sunday 22 June 2014
Belgium are through to the knock-out phase of the competition thanks to a late goal from Divock Origi.
Everyone's dark horses for the competition were once again reliant on a player coming off the bench to make a difference.
While in the 2-1 opening win over Algeria it was the experienced pair of Marouane Fellaini and Dries Mertens, who both were rewarded with a place in the starting XI for this match, against Russia it was a somewhat unknown 19-year-old.
Origi, who was making just his fourth appearance for Belgium and has only appeared 22 times in Ligue 1 for club side Lille, scored after 88 minutes after good combination play with Eden Hazard.
The result means Belgium are through to the knock-out stage while Russia can still make it through, despite Fabio Capello's side being on just one point.
But who was the star man? Click through our player ratings below...
Who do you think made the greatest impression? Let us know in the comments below.
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