However, while Eden Hazard and Co’s credentials as individuals are not in question their ability to come together as a team is.
Marc Wilmots appears to have finally settled on a preferred formation but the Belgians cannot afford to rest on their laurels against Hungary.
Well-drilled and disciplined, the Hungarians boast a couple of players capable of providing a bit of magic and will relish a chance to test themselves against a well-fancied opponent.
All signs point towards another entertaining clash of styles as the two teams battle it out for a place in the quarter finals.
Hungary will take on Belgium at the Stadium Municipal in Toulouse on Sunday, 26 June. Kick-off is at 20:00.