Romelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard star as Belgium rout Tunisia

Posted June 23, 2018

"There will be opportunities for other players, we can give minutes to players who deserve to be at the World Cup".

Toby Alderweireld's long pass from defence was taken on the chest by Hazard, who then rounded Mustapha to stroke into an empty net. They can officially claim a spot in the knockout stages if Panama fail to defeat England on Sunday - setting up a final-day battle between the two European sides to decide top spot in the group.

That goal served to halt Belgium's early dominance, but they did grab a third with nearly the last kick of the half. Tunisia won 2-1 in a friendly in February 1992 before both teams played out a 1-1 draw at the 2002 World Cup.

Belgium's Eden Hazard celebrates scoring his side's fourth goal against Tunisia, watched by Romelu Lukaku, who also scored twice.

Ronaldo has scored four goals in Portugal's first two games.

Penalty for Belgium. Eden Hazard takes it and scores against Tunisia in the 6th minute.

Tunisia responded two minutes later when Dylan Bronn headed the ball past Thibaut Courtois at a free-kick.

The second round of group games have served up some real treats, with Belgium and Tunisia involved in a real entertaining clash in Moscow.

Against Tunisia, they were up against a side that frustrated England for large parts of their encounter last weekend, and could probably count themselves unlucky to come away with nothing after Harry Kane's late victor.

De Bruyne set up the second goal for Romelu Lukaku with a characteristically innovative pass and the Manchester City midfielder said on Wednesday he saw that as his primary task at the tournament.

Barring major upsets, the 28 June tie against Gareth Southgate's men in Kaliningrad will decide who tops the group and Martinez was wary of England's threat. Meanwhile, Tunisia has made one change Khaoui replaces Sliti in the playing eleven.