Real Madrid attacker Eden Hazard fears his Euro 2020 is over.
For the round of 16 defeat of Portugal, Belgium coach Roberto Martinez started Hazard and his faith in the captain was rewarded with a solid performance.
"In my opinion, he was the man of the match," Eden's brother Thorgan, who scored the decisive goal of the game, said after the 1-0 win.
"He defended, he protected the ball, he turned the opponents inside out..."
The stats also support Martinez's decision, as Eden Hazard was the player who completed the most dribbles (4), suffered the most fouls (4) and won the most duels (10).
Yet just as Hazard was making Belgium smile again, the Real Madrid forward felt a tightness in his right thigh, forcing him off the field with a few minutes left.
"It doesn't look good," both Thorgan Hazard and Thibaut Courtois said.
"I don't know what I have, we will see in the tests," Eden Hazard said.
"It hurts a little, I felt a little something in my hamstring and we have to analyse it.
"I cannot say that the European Championship has ended for me. In any case, I would stay to support the team," Eden added.
Martinez is now sweating over the fitness of Hazard and Kevin de Bruyne, who also had to leave the field early in the second half.
"We have seen a very strong player with a great mentality," Martinez said of Hazard.
"Eden is very important to the national team and, little by little, I am sure that he will have great moments at Real Madrid."