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It was another bad day for African nation in thw ongoing World Cup competition as Tunisia fell to an emphatic 4-1 defeat to rampant Belgian side.

Manchester United striker, Romelu Lukaku became the first player since Maradona in 1986 to score multiple goals in two successive World Cup matches. The big striker put the European country in front with a stunning left footed finish after collecting a through pass from Dries Martens. He added another just before half time, chipping in a close range ball over the Tunis keeper to also become the first to score with both feet and a header in the ongoing competition.

Chelsea’s Hazard also scored a brace while Batschuayi added another to help Belgium win 5-2 and seal a spot in the next round with two successive win. Belgium’s next match will be against England which face Panama tomorrow.

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