Romelu Lukaku has his third goal of the World Cup already – shortly after Eden Hazard got his first.
The Belgium striker got his tournament in Russia off to the perfect start last week as he scored two in their 2-0 win over Panama.
And he’s continued that scoring form by hitting Belgium’s second early on against Tunisia this afternoon.
Chelsea wide man Hazard actually got the Belgians off the mark by scoring from the penalty spot after he was fouled on the very edge of the box:
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And Belgium were 2-0 up shortly after when Lukaku belted home from inside the box:
That is a very nice finish from Lukaku – and exactly what he’d have been wanting after the double in their opening game.
Tunisia have managed to pull a goal back through Dylan Bronn, but Belgium look good value for their lead and you’d expect them to kick on and score more.