There is a new bounce in the step of Marouane Fellaini at the World Cup after a bad year at Manchester United. And if all things go Belgium's way, the bounce in his curly hairdo might be gone in a month.

Yes, Fellaini is still on the bench when the match starts, but that's where any comparison with his Premier League seasons ends.

Coming on halfway through the second half against Algeria, the hulking Fellaini reinvigorated Belgium and set in motion a 2-1 come-from-behind win with a backward header glancing off his wild, curly black locks.

If Belgium keeps up winning through the July 13 final, those hairs will all be gone. He said "I cut it if we win."

The Red Devils already lead group H.