Moussa Dembele started for Belgium against Greece at the weekend.
Tottenham midfielder Mousa Dembele was criticised for his latest performance for Belgium despite helping the Red Devils achieve World Cup qualification.
Dembele was selected in a defensive midfield role away to Greece on Sunday evening in a 2-1 victory for Belgium.
There is particular attention on the position in his homeland after Radja Nainggolan was controversially omitted from the latest squad and announced his retirement.
Dembele's performance did not create a positive impression.
The report criticised Dembele for giving away too many sloppy passes and committing 'unnecessary fouls', which resulted in him picking up a booking.
Dembele's performance was the opposite to Tottenham teammate Christian Eriksen's international displays for Denmark.
The playmaker scored two goals in two games against Poland and Armenia, the latter of which was a terrific free-kick, to cap off an outstanding international break.
Tottenham will need him to bring that form to their next match against Everton, while Dembele will have to show his international display was a rare underwhelming one off.