Robbie Brady believes that Ireland have the ability to "hurt" Belgium in Bordeaux on Saturday and end the Euro 2016 hopes of a much-vaunted Red Devils side.
The Belgians, still waiting to fulfill the potential offered by world-class players like Hazard, Lukaku, Courtois and de Bruyne, are desperate for points against Ireland in Bordeaux on the back of their opening-night loss to Italy.
But left-back Brady feels that Martin O'Neill's outfit will not show any fear and will instead impose their game on the Belgian side.
"They've got some fantastic players, but there's nothing to fear, we can't have any fear going into these games," he said.
"We've got players that can hurt teams, like we showed the other night. Hopefully we can show what we're about as well and try and shut out what they've got.
"Hopefully we'll keep them quiet and show them what we're about," added the Norwich City man.