Inter Consider Four Strikers Including Liverpool Man

Alongside Romelu Lukaku, Lautaro Martinez and Alexis Sanchez, Inter need a fourth wheel in attack, as Antonio Conte has proven that he's unwilling to trust the young Andrea Pinamonti just yet, and a more accomplished striker is expected to arrive at Appiano Gentile during the January transfer market. According to Calciomercato, four options are on the table, including Dovick Origi. 

Meanwhile in Moscow: Brazil Bid Adieu, Belgium Burst Into Semis

It’s a World Cup, but it looks like a European Championship by now. Belgium eliminated the last representative from South America last night, beating Brazil 2-1 in Kazan. The Belgians benefited from an own goal by Fernandinho, and doubled their lead with Kevin De Bruyne, before Renato Augusto could vainly reduce the gap for the Selecao.

Meanwhile in Moscow: Belgium Come Back Captain Tsubasa-Style

Overconfidence could have costed much to Belgium, which snatched a last-minute 3-2 win over Japan in a wonderful Round of 16 game played in Rostov. The Belgians had to receive two violent slaps from the Samurais that really put them with their back against the wall, before they would stop contemplating themselves, and work out a plan to win their game.

Meanwhile in Moscow: Belgium, One Goal to Conspiracy

A beautiful goal to England by lost talent Adnan Januzaj secured Belgium’s first place in World Cup Group H, in a match where both coaches Gareth Southgate and Roberto Martinez seemed more willing to preserve their top players, than go for the win - as qualifying from the second spot of the pool meant gaining access to an easier part of the knock-out phase bracket.