Belgium trained at their base camp near Moscow on Monday before heading to Saint Petersburg for their semi-final against France.
It was a relaxed atmosphere, with the likes of Vincent Kompany horsing around with fellow teammates while captain Eden Hazard and key midfielder Kevin de Bruyne showing off their skills on the ball.
Belgium are appearing in their first World Cup semi-final in 32 years and will hoping to go one better than their predecessors of 1986, where a diminutive Argentine by the name of Diego Maradona scored twice to end the dreams of Enzo Scifo and Co at the semi-final stage of the World Cup in Mexico.
Kick off for Tuesday's match is 10pm UAE time.
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