Belgium beat Finland 2-0 to move through to the last 16 of Euro 2020 with a perfect record in Group B.
Lukas Hradecky scored an unfortunate own goal after a couple of key saves before Romelu Lukaku sealed the victory late on.
Romelu Lukaku is now on three goals at Euro 2020. He was desperately unlucky to see a second-half strike ruled out for offside but sealed the win with a powerful effort in the last 10 minutes. Previously, as it had been for Eden Hazard and Jeremy Doku in the Belgium attack, it was a rather frustrating outing.
The sight of Kevin De Bruyne starting the match will have been one Belgium’s rivals for the title would not have wanted to see. The Manchester City man was at the heart of their best attacking moments, particularly when they were struggling to break Finland’s defence down.
The Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper has arguably been the outstanding shot-stopper in the tournament so far and confirmed that status with a stunning performance. Notably denied Jeremy Doku in the first half with a diving save then Eden Hazard in the second. Credited with an own goal, though there was little he could do about it, in truth.