Roberto Martinez has heaped praise on captain Eden Hazard for 'setting the standards' in Belgium's 4-0 rout of Scotland at Hampden Park.
Hazard covered plenty of ground to help Belgium push on from their third-place finish at the World Cup, and Martinez insists that the 27-year-old's hardworking nature - despite it being a friendly - can only be seen as a positive.
"I don't see it as a negative. He's in a good moment and he's carried on from where he was in the World Cup," he told reporters at his post-match press conference.
"When you're a captain, you have to set the standard in that sort of manner. It's dangerous when you go into a football match not giving everything.
"Hazard is giving what you want from a captain. I don't think there was anything wrong with him trying to find the right space and drag people out."