- Belgium lost 2-0 to Spain in Roberto Martinez's first game in charge
- They now face Cyprus in their first World Cup qualifying match
- Belgium were back on the training ground on Sunday as they look to bounce back from defeat by Spain in Roberto Martinez's first game in charge.
Two goals from David Silva were enough condemn Martinez to a 2-0 loss in his opening game, against the country of his birth, with his side booed on numerous occasions by the home fans.
They have a quick opportunity to put things right, though, when Martinez takes charge of his first competitive game against Cyprus on Tuesday.
Martinez will be hoping for a fast start in the opening World Cup qualifier in Nicosia, despite being clear favourites to win a group also including Greece, Bosnia Estonia and Gibraltar.
The former Everton, Wigan and Swansea boss has inherited a Belgium squad packed with talent, with the majority on show as they trained in Neerpede near Brussels on Sunday.
The squad seemed in a relaxed mood as they stretched ahead of training, which was held in the rain, ahead of their trip to Cyprus which will see them play in temperatures of more than 32 degrees.
Chelsea duo Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois were both present at training, as was Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne and Axel Witsel of Zenit Saint Petersburg, who saw a move to Juventus break down during the summer window.
Taking over as Belgium boss has seen Martinez once again work with a trio of players he was with at Everton, with Romelu Lukaku, Marouane Fellaini and Kevin Mirallas all called up.
Martinez was also pictured talking to a trio of defenders who have plied their trade in North London, in the form of former Arsenal player Thomas Vermaelen and current Tottenham duo Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld.
Following Tuesday's game in Cyprus, Belgium are next in action in October when they play a qualifier at home to Bosnia before a friendly against 2018 World Cup hosts, Russia.