Belgium cruised to a 5-2 win over Tunisia Saturday in Russian Federation, and striker Romelu Lukaku scored twice to bring his goal total to four at the 2018 World Cup, matching Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo.
Wahbi Khazri believes that Tunisia only have themselves to blame after their 5-2 capitulation by Belgium in Moscow on Saturday.
Lukaku scored twice once again against Tunisia to help Belgium all but book their place in the knockout phase of this summer's World Cup in Russian Federation.
Thomas Meunier was the provider this time, the PSG fullback slipping a deft through pass to Lukaku, who lifted the ball over the oncoming Ben Mustapha.
In the end, Lukaku is Belgium's leading goal scorer, and he still has many years left to play.
Five minutes into the game, Belgium were awarded a penalty when Hazard was brought down, before the Chelsea striker stepped up and calmly slotted home the spot-kick. They are yet to lose to African opposition at a World Cup, while Tunisia have never beaten a European side at a finals. The past mark was 26 games without a 0-0 draw from the 1954 tournament.
Any thoughts that the rampant Belgians would accelerate out of sight were dispelled - at least briefly - just two minutes later, though.
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Tunisia responded two minutes later, Bronn leaping highest to head home a free-kick from his skipper Khazri on 18 minutes, only to be later carried off after landing awkwardly following a collision. The scoreline reads 1-0 in favour of Belgium.
After enduring a slow start in their opening match against Panama, the Belgians came out firing with Hazard breaking the deadlock after six minutes.
The Red Devils' best run at a World Cup is third place in 1986 but they are regarded as dark horses for the title in Russian Federation.
Belgium light up the group stages with a ruthless demolition of Tunisia.
After 80' Belgium 4, Tunisia 1.
That their elimination could be confirmed later on Sunday, if the Three Lions avoid defeat against Panama in Nizhny Novgorod, isn't much of a surprise, but the nature of Tunisia's capitulation is.