Photo: Man Utd’s Adnan Januzaj posts Belgium selfie

Adnan Januzaj comes off the bench as Belgium seal a 2-0 victory over Australia in Thursday's friendly

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Adnan Januzaj came off the bench as Belgium sealed a 2-0 victory over Australia in Thursday’s friendly.

The Manchester United youngster played the final 30 minutes after replacing Everton’s Kevin Mirallas in Liege.

The 19-year-old posted the picture above on his Instagram account and wrote: “Good game tonight”.

Dries Mertens and Axel Witsel scored either side of half-time to earn victory for the home side.

Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany played the entire 90 minutes despite fears over the defender’s calf injury.

Kompany, who had been a doubt for the match against the Socceroos, seemed in good spirits though, as he posted the picture below and wrote: “See you on Saturday! #FanDay”


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