Belgium's captain Vincent Kompany (L) and South Korea's Lee Chung-Yong (R). (AFP PHOTO / JUNG YEON-JE /JOHN THYS)
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Belgium are not firing on all cylinders at the World Cup and had to grind out narrow wins over Algeria and Russia in Group H, so a game against leaky South Korea might be just what the doctor ordered.The Belgians are considered 'dark horses' by many pundits to go all the way in Brazil after their star-studded squad went through World Cup qualifying unbeaten.But they have looked far from fluent in Group H, coming from behind late on to edge Algeria 2-1 and only beating Russia through Divock Origi's 88th-minute goal.Playmaker Eden Hazard has so far failed to deliver the consistent performances his coach craves, and while he set up both Belgian winners in the last 10 minutes against Algeria and Russia, he knows he must do better.Prior to Sunday's game, Algeria had scored once in 28 years at the World Cup.
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