Belgium Kicks Tunisia out of the World Cup with a 5-2 defeat
Romelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard scored two goals each as Belgium ran out comfortable winners against Tunisia to qualify for the knock-out stages from Group G.
While England needed a last-gasp Harry Kane winner to overcome Tunisia on Monday night, Belgium had no such problems as Roberto Martinez’s side converted their chances in Moscow.
After racking up two wins and a goal difference of plus-six Belgium are virtually assured of advancing but it is not yet guaranteed – and they will be aware that they will need to tighten up at the back to handle the threat of the big guns deeper into the tournament.
Should they lose their final game against England, currently on three, and pointless Panama somehow beat England and Tunisia, all three would have six points and the top two would be decided on goal difference.