Belgium made their way into the last 16 of World Cup 2018 after a comfortable 5-2 over African outfit, Tunisia this Saturday.
Already grabbing three points from their first game, Red Devils were determined to secure their path into the next round as they put on an aggressive approach since kick off.
Roberto Martinez’s men immediately control proceedings, creating several chances early on before eventually getting themselves in front through Eden Hazard’s spot kick after just six minutes of play.
Leading 1-0 didn’t stop Belgium from pouring forward as they continue their attacking play and adding their second 10 minutes later through Romelu Lukaku.
Tunisia managed to pull one back out of the blue as Dylan Bronn heading home from a free kick on 18 minutes.
Red Devils regained their two goals margin when Lukaku netted his second just before half time break, giving his side a 3-1 lead going into the second half.
Belgium didn’t stop their attacking play in the second half as they added their fourth on 51 minutes and should’ve added few more if not for poor finishing.
Martinez’s side did added one more goal through substitute striker, Michy Batshuayi in the 90th minute mark, while Tunisia netted another consolation again out of nowhere as Wahbi Khazri found himself alone inside the box to beat Thibaut Courtouis in stoppage time.
This win puts the Red Devils practically into the knock out stage, though it still need confirmation following England’s match against Panama.