Belgium finally secured their path into the next round of Euro 2016 after grabbing a 1-0 victory over Sweden on Wednesday, thanks to a goal from Radja Nainggolan.
Needing at least a draw to get into the knock out stage, Belgium set off into an attacking mode straight from the start of that tie.
Similar approach was taken by Sweden as Zlatan Ibrahimovic and co also in need of three points to keep their Euro trip going.
After a goalless first 45 minutes, both sides continue to push for all three points, creating an intense battle which eventually ended in Belgium’s favor when Radja Nainggolan broke the dead lock on 84 minutes.
That single goal was enough to ensure Red Devils runners up position behind Italy in the final group game with Republic of Ireland.