Romelu Lukaku grabbed a brace as Belgium came from behind to thrash Estonia 2-5 in their World Cup qualifiers match, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The first half was filled with so much entertainment as both side scored against each other with some good football witnessed.
Estonia shocked their opponent by scoring the opening goal in the 2nd minute of the game as Mattias Kaeit smashed one home to make it 1-0.
Belgium dominated things immediately as they kept on pushing to make sure they come back immediately which saw Hans Vanaken leveling things 1-1 in the 22nd minute.
The match carried on with more pressure coming from the visitors who turned things around in the 38th minute as Romelu Lukaku scored a stunner to make things 1-2 for his side.
The first half ended with Estonia 1-2 Belgium as they both headed for the break with both sides finding something good out of the first 45 minutes.
Second Half Report
More drama and more goals coming in the second half as they once again managed to score against themselves while the Red Devils were unstoppable.
A 52nd minutes finish from Romelu Lukaku ensured he made it a brace for himself and 1-3 for Belgium who started the second half as the better team.
Estonia looked crushed and unable to find their rhythm as the game progressed 65th minute goal which made things 1-4 after Axel Witsel increased the advantage going forward.
The goal kept coming non-stop as Thomas Foket ensured he converted with ease to make the scoreline move further away to 1-5 in the 76th minute of the game.
As the game was looking done and dusted for the visitors, their opponent grabbed on goal back in the 83rd minute to make the scoreline 2-5 after a good team work effort.
The match ended with Estonia 2-5 Belgium as the Red Devils carry on with their World Cup qualifying round claiming another three points on the road.
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