Belgium become first European side to qualify for World Cup

Belgium become first European side to qualify for World Cup

Belgium become first European side to qualify for World Cup

Belgium became the sixth team to make sure of their place at the 2018 tournament alongside Brazil, Japan, Iran and Mexico, plus Russian Federation who qualified automatically as hosts.

Romelu Lukaku headed the victor in the 74th minute to give Belgium an unassailable eight-point lead over Bosnia at the top of Group H on Sunday.

September 3 at 21:45 in Faro at the stadium "Algarve" the national team of Gibraltar will take the team of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the match of the 8th round of the European selection at the 2018 World Cup. They played many long balls, played well on the counter and developed two or three very good chances.

Belgium also fielded Kevin De Bruyne, Dries Mertens and Yannick Carrasco against Gibraltar, and the firepower available to Martinez will surely even trouble a Greek side that has only conceded three goals in seven games.

Defender Jan Vertonghen gave Belgium the lead in the 70th minute with a left-foot drive into the bottom corner.

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Belgium hit straight back to regain the lead when Romelu Lukaku glanced in a near-post header from Thomas Meunier's precise cross and seal their place in next year's World Cup.

Brighton midfielder Propper scored his second in the 80th minute to seal victory, heading Quincy Promes' cross into the far corner.

Manchester United star Romelu Lukaku was the hero for his country on Sunday night, September 3, as Belgium defeated Greece 2-1 to qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation.

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