Belgium player's goal celebration goes horribly wrong at World Cup

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He wouldn't be the first Belgian to see the ball ricochet off the post and right into his face, as his teammate Kevin De Bruyne has already experienced the same pain.

However, Batshuayi's celebration may have left him with a slight headache.

BELGIUM striker Michy Batshuayi is making the World Cup highlights reel for the wrong reasons following his country's 1-0 group-stage win over England on Friday morning.

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Batshuayi's team mate Axel Witsel also joined on the roast bandwagon.

"Fortnite celebrations so overrated bro, I had to create something new", said the 24-year-old, alongside some footage he had "post"-ed on his Twitter feed".

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The striker himself responded to the clips in the immediate aftermath of the game.

By finishing second in the group, England have though avoided a loaded top half of the draw containing past winners Brazil, France, Argentina and Uruguay as well as European champions Portugal.

Belgium came close to a second goal in the final minutes when Jordan Pickford made a fine, diving save to keep out a rasping Dries Mertens effort.

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