It can be, as someone said though, these sorts of labels are fast becoming antiquated because it's a bit like basketball now where the qualities of the player dictate what the role is called, not the other way around.Is that a sub-category of central?
Belgium play with two central mids and two wing backs. De Bruyne usually plays ahead of the other central midfielder such as Witsel or Dendoncker but often they are beside each other not unlike Kante and Pogba.I wouldn't call him a central midfielder.
Germany will have most of the possession but their main tactic to score is to ping it in from the wing backs. Stones and Maguire are good at dealing with that. Havertz is their other main threat so mark him tightly like the French did. Hummels is pretty slow these days so Sterling will be able to get behind him. Grealish should be able to carry the ball into the final third and get free kicks and corners.I actually think sitting deep against this German team may not be a bad idea. Their attack looked all over the place against Hungary, not much system or fluency. Defence could be in trouble with more space up the field for England.