Roberto Martinez is leaving as mentor of Belgium's public group following Thursday's Reality Cup exit.

"That was my last game for the public group," the Spaniard said after a 0-0 attract with Croatia prompted the group's disposal from the competition in Qatar.

Martinez trained Belgium to a third-place finish at the 2018 World Cup. He was responsible for the group for quite a long time.

Martinez said he pursued the choice to leave "before the World Cup." "I generally work in the long haul. I trust in the long haul," he expressed, warding off tears.

"Starting around 2018, I had numerous potential chances to leave and take occupations at the club level. However, I needed to remain faithful.

"I'm not leaving," Martinez added. "I've arrived at the finish of my agreement." Martinez's exit concurs with the probable separation of Belgium's "Brilliant Age,"

a time highlighting champion going after players like Kevin De Bruyne, Eden Peril, Romelu Lukaku and Dries Mertens.

The group was positioned No. 1 by FIFA for a considerable length of time during Martinez's residency yet always lost a significant competition.

"I'm an individual who likes to construct things," he said. "I showed up with the unmistakable occupation of meeting all requirements for the World Cup

and partaking On the planet Cup. ... Then, at that point, we wrap up with the bronze decoration and I believed I needed to give it another go.

"It's been a genuine happiness having the option to construct a mind blowing inheritance.

I realize certain individuals just see a heritage by winning a significant competition. I see it another way."