(Video) Man Utd’s Marouane Fellaini weaving some magic with his feet on international duty with Belgium

The 2016/17 season is over in all the major European Leagues with the league and the cup games having come to a conclusion. Most of the footballers have headed out on break; some enjoying quality time with their families in the confines of their homes while others are plotting summer moves from Ibiza. However, a select few are taking part in the international friendlies and the World Cup qualifiers.

On Tuesday, Belgium took on Czech Republic in one of those friendlies and quite predictably, came out on top. There were a lot of talking points from the game like Eden Hazard’s injury before the game, Roberto Martinez adopting a 3-5-2, and the goal scored by Michy Batshuayi, assisted by Lukaku (which can also become a regular sighting by September).

However one thing that people missed was the solid performance by Marouane Fellaini. He anchored the midfield and even scored a goal. But the highlight was when Fellaini went full-Hazard and dribbled past two Czech players. Some crazy skills from the Afro-haired Belgian!

Fellaini is one of the most underrated players at Manchester United. Despite the criticisms, he has strived under three managers in the form of David Moyes, Louis Van Gaal and Jose Mourinho. His unconventional playing style and aerial prowess make him an asset to any team. His future looks secure for now at Old Trafford.

Check out the video below where Fellaini produces a moment of magic:

3 Replies to “(Video) Man Utd’s Marouane Fellaini weaving some magic with his feet on international duty with Belgium”

  1. Massively agree that Fellaini is hugely underrated at United by too many people.

    They make the mistake of expecting to see a Scholes, Keane or Carrick for every central midfielder we field. When what they should be doing is understanding that Fellaini is a squad player – A tool the team can use to great effect in the right situation.

    The squad isn’t a starting 11 – It’s a 25-man team. Anyone who doesn’t want a diverse range of options when you’ve got more than enough players for 2 in each position is crazy and not looking at the big picture.

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  2. I think what happen to fellaini is a loss of confidence after a few games in motes tenure that he could not recover from until recently when mourinho and the players that nderstand what it takes to play for a big club in a massive league helped him realize that he is wanted and valued players and manager ,case in point when they were celebrating the win against Ajax ibrahimovich came to him hugged and directed him towards the manunited fans and holding his arm that a whole lot to a player that was hounded by pundits and fans alike.but give the man credit he never wavered in his belief that he is a great player.he played big games for a national team that is loaded with stars and many times he was man of the match that is the Belgium players and fans think so highly of the man.he is an icon in Belgium and his teammate could not understand the criticism he was receiving.when a person is targeted by some pundits that would say anything to make a living a lot of others will follow suit.i personally think that more half of those pundits should be out of work.some of them could not on the pitch because they did not have what it takes to play in the big league mow are stars in media go figure.what the word is coming to.god helps all.

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