Video: Belgium’s Romelu Lukaku Set Up By Brother Jordan For Goal Against Portugal

Video: Belgium’s Romelu Lukaku Set Up By Brother Jordan For Goal Against Portugal

Romelu Lukaku continued his excellent run of form for Belgium against Portugal tonight – with a bit of help from his little brother.

Belgium travelled to Leiria to face Portugal in a Euro 2016 warm-up friendly, and whilst they might be ranked No 1 in the world, they were forced to face Ronaldo and co without Vincent Kompany, Eden Hazard, Kevin De Bruyne, Christian Benteke, Jan Vertonghen, Toby Alderweireld and a few others due to injury.

The Portuguese soon took advantage through goals from former Manchester United duo Ronaldo and Nani, with Belgium finding themselves 2-0 down after an hour.

But with less than 10 minutes to play, Everton’s in-form striker Lukaku came up with a trademark header, courtesy of a brilliant cross from Jordan Lukaku.

Left-back Jordan, who plays for Oostende, was making just his second appearance for the senior side when he came off the bench in the second half, and he looked pretty promising.

It took the siblings just five minutes to link-up, and they both absolutely loved it.

The match finished 2-1 to Portugal but take note everyone: there are officially now TWO Lukakus on the scene!

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