Timothy Castagne will no longer be in action this European Championship.

The 25-year-old Belgian dropped out on Saturday evening in the game with Russia (3-0 win) with a double fracture in his eye socket.

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"It is ready for him. It is very bad news and difficult to see that Timothy is already out of the tournament," said Belgian national coach Roberto Martínez after the game in Saint Petersburg.

Belgium could not have Kevin De Bruyne and Axel Witsel against the Russians.

The two midfielders will probably be available in Belgium's second group match.

Remarkably enough, De Bruyne also suffered a fracture in the eye socket.

He sustained that injury in the Champions League final.

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Vertonghen injury is not too bad

Jan Vertonghen was also injured against Russia, but according to Martínez it is not serious.

"He has suffered an ankle injury and we are looking at it for the next 48 hours. But I don't think it is too serious."

Defender Castagne had to be substituted halfway through the first half on Saturday.

The Leicester City player had collided hard with an opponent just before.

Belgium will face Denmark on Thursday and will also take on Finland in group B.

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