Belgium's Kevin De Bruyne, right, fights for the ball with Hungary's Adam lang during the Euro 2016 round of 16 soccer match between Hungary and Belgium, at the Stadium municipal in Toulouse, France, Sunday, June 26, 2016. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)
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Eden Hazard stole the show as Belgium crushed Hungary 4-0 in the second round at Euro 2016 but their quarterfinal opponents Wales cannot afford to ignore midfielder Kevin De Bruyne, who is emerging as their key player.De Bruyne made 40 passes and delivered a perfect free kick for Toby Alderweireld to head in Belgium's opening goal after just 10 minutes.Despite the injury, De Bruyne had a good first season for Manchester City, which he joined from Wolfsburg for a club record 55 million pounds ($74.04 million) in August 2015 after being named Footballer-of-the-Year in Germany.De Bruyne had moved to Chelsea in 2012 but, while Hazard was winning awards, he struggled to get games.
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