Marouane Fellaini was another Belgian who had a poor performance against Italy. He was all over the pitch, but was unable to find space and his poor touch let him down most of the time.
The Manchester United man could not take any advantage of his physicality against the Italians. His work rate was immense, but his failure to control the ball in crucial areas of the pitch let his team down.
The 28-year-old was slow on his reflexes. He squandered a golden opportunity in the 90th minute to salvage something from the game for Belgium.
Fellaini was not the only one in the Belgian side who had a poor game, as none of the stars managed to perform to their accustomed level.
The Red Devils need a massive turn around, as they are considered to be the dark horses of Euro 2016. The players need to get back up and forget the disappointing start to the tournament, as they need to be on their best to come out on top from the group of death.