Vincent Kompany mimicking a moustachioed Philippe Albert? Marouane Fellaini idolising Zinedine Zidane? Simon Mignolet hero worshipping Romario?
Belgium will be one of the coolest gangs in town at this summer's finals and we have spoken to the men who matter about why they love the World Cup
Why I Love the World Cup - Rose
Justin Rose tells Sky Sports Why he Loves the World Cup
As fifth favourites for the 2014 World Cup it is fair to say Belgium are hardly dark horses for success in Brazil.
But they are still a fascinating prospect and Sky Sports' Daniel Storey charts their unlikely rise to sitting among the favourites for success this summer.
One to watch
No.21 - Eden Hazard
Marc Wilmots' Belgium squad is filled with good quality players but it is obvious who is the star. Eden Hazard has enjoyed a fabulous campaign with Chelsea and will hope to replicate such form on the world stage.
Who to follow
No.21 - Vincent Kompany
Colossal centre-back Vincent Kompany is a two-time Premier League-winning captain and is also the skipper of Belgium's national team. Smart, funny and a fan of a selfie or two, he already has more than 1.4million followers.
World Cup greats
No.21 - Enzo Scifo
An old-school No.10, Enzo Scifo played in four consecutive World Cups from 1986. The forward scored three goals in those tournaments and played in six wins with Belgium. He would fit in nicely in 2014.