Liverpool-owned Divock Origi reacts to Belgium’s draw with Bosnia-Herzegovina in Euro 2016 qualifier

Liverpool-owned striker Divock Origi reflects on Belgium’s 1-1 draw with Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Euro 2016 qualifier.

Liverpool-owned striker Divock Origi has admitted that he and his Belgium teammates found it tough against Bosnia-Herzegovina on Monday.

The Red Devils picked up only a point against Bosnia in their Euro 2016 Group B qualifier at the Bilino Polje in Zenica.

Bosnia took the lead in the 28th minute through Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko, but Belgium equalised six minutes into the second half when AS Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan found the target.

The match eventually finished in a 1-1 draw, leading Origi, currently on loan at Lille from Liverpool, to express his disappointment on social networking site Twitter on Tuesday.

Belgium are currently third in Group B with four points from two matches. Wales are at the top of the group with seven points from three matches, while Israel are second with two wins out of two.

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