Goals from Romelu Lukaku alongside Eden Hazard and Saelemaekers as Belgium beat Czech Republic 3-0 in their FIFA World Cup qualifiers match, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The Red Devils once again had their way against another good side in the first half of the encounter which saw them dominating the affair.
It took Romelu Lukaku 8 minutes to get the opening goal after a nice buildup from play saw Hans Vanaken setting up the assistance to make the scoreline 1-0 for Belgium.
Czech Republic were second best as they chased the game looking to immediately respond with a comeback that looked impossible for it to happen despite all the efforts.
Eden Hazard doubled the lead in the 42nd minute of the game after another amazing attacking football saw Hans Vanaken delivering the assistance once again to make it 2-0 as it progressed.
The first half of the encounter ended with Belgium 2-0 Czech Republic, as they both headed for the break with the advantage to the Red Devils.
Second Half Report
An evenly balanced second half was both teams chasing the game as they looked to make things happen in one way or the other which was more work for the Czechoslovakians.
The game continued with more coming from Belgium who continued with their dominance against the visitors who couldn’t do anything than to hope they get a consolation.
It was more of an evenly balance game in terms of no goals being scored as the encounter carried on with more opportunities being created from both ends.
Saelemaekers increased the lead for the Belgians in the 65th minute of the second half which saw him converting thanks to an assist from Romelu Lukaku as they made it 3-0.
The match finally came to an end with Belgium 3-0 Czech Republic, which saw the Red Devils claiming another massive three points at home against a good side.
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