Belgium secured their place in the Nations League final four with a 4-2 win against Denmark on Wednesday in League A Group 2.
Leicester’s Youri Tielemans opened the scoring after just three minutes with a drilled finish.
Jonas Wind headed in an equaliser for Denmark on 17 minutes but Lukaku turned in Kevin de Bruyne’s pass to make it 2-1 in the 56th minute before heading home a third on 70 minutes.
A Nacer Chadli own goal reduced the deficit to bring score to 3-2 in the 87th minute but De Bruyne swept in a fourth for Belgium a minute later.
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At Wembley stadium, England thrashed 10-man Iceland 4-0 which was bot enough to earn them a place in the final four.
A brace from Phil Foden (80th, 84th minutes) and goals from Declan Rice (20th minute) and Mason Mount (24th minute) secured the comfortable win for England.
With England leading 2-0 Iceland were reduced to 10 men following Birkir Saevarsson in the 54th…
Source: Complete Sports