Belgium unchanged for Tunisia clash at World Cup

Belgium unchanged for Tunisia clash at World Cup

A spot in the round of 16 is nearly certain after an opening 3-0 win over Panama.

Hazard won and converted a sixth minute penalty before Lukaku ran onto a Dries Mertens pass to coolly slot home the second 10 minutes later.

Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku is looking to add to the two goals he scored in their opening 3-0 rout of Panama for the clash at the Spartak Stadium in Moscow.

Group G concludes on Thursday, with England playing Belgium in Kaliningrad and Tunisia facing playing Panama at Mordovia Arena in Saransk. VAR was used, confirming that the challenge was illegal and that it had taken place just inside the penalty area.

Tunisia captain Wahbi Khazri got his team's second with nearly the last kick of the match.

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Should England overcome Panama then only top spot in the group will be at stake when Belgium face Gareth Southgate's side on Friday morning (AEST), while Tunisia will be eliminated should the result of Sunday night's (AEST) game be anything other than an unlikely Panama win.

In a high tempo game, Lukaku bagged a second consecutive brace, taking him to seven goals in his last four worldwide games, while captain Hazard notched his first goals of the tournament in a dominant performance for the Red Devils.

It was 4-1 six minutes into the second half, as Hazard seized the initiative to get behind two defenders for an easy conversion after rounding Mustapha following a through pass from Toby Aldeweireld.

That goal served to halt Belgium's early dominance, but they did grab a third with nearly the last kick of the half. Belgium were generally on cruise-control for the final half hour, though the North Africans had the last word as Wahbi Khazri scored in stoppage time.

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