Belgium's Divock Origi celebrates with teammate Marouane Fellaini (R) his goal against Russia. (REUTERS/Yves Herman)
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A first goal for Belgium was obviously a great moment for Origi, who impressed Wilmots with his pace and movement for Lille this season, but with only five club goals in his first full season of senior football and just a few minutes of international experience under his belt, he looks ill-equipped to lead a one-man strike force through the finals.Lukaku was ineffective in Belgium's opening win over Algeria and replaced by Origi just before the hour, and the same thing happened Sunday.Lukaku looked very unimpressed with the decision and seemed to be letting Wilmots know it but he could have few complaints after another sluggish display marked by some poor first touches.He must have felt somewhat embarrassed when his replacement combined well with Hazard to thump in the key goal and Wilmots was certainly pleased with the substitute.
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