Belgium thrash Tunisia 5-2

Belgium thrash Tunisia 5-2

Belgium thrash Tunisia 5-2

A point from Belgium's last game against England on Thursday in Kaliningrad will ensure a place in the round of 16. Still, it could suit the coach to rotate his lineup against England with more decisive games ahead.

African representatives Tunisia confirmed their flight back home after losing their second match 5-2 to Belgium on Saturday.

Winless in their previous 12 World Cup games, Tunisia are lined up against Belgium for the fourth time.

Using the tournament as a carrot to attract some foreign-based Tunisians - dual-nationality types who had been holding out for a France call-up - Maaloul added several new faces to his squad before the tournament.

"We gave everything, but we committed errors too grotesque to really compete with them". Wahbi Khazri's in-swinging free-kick was pounced upon by Dylan Bronn, whose header bounced off the pitch and past an outstretched Thibaut Courtois. "He got it at the end of the first half and did well to play as long as he did".

Thomas Meunier was the provider this time, the PSG fullback slipping a deft through pass to Lukaku, who lifted the ball over the oncoming Ben Mustapha.

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Belgium has all but qualified from Group G with two wins. "They're very talented, and they're playing in the Champions League".

Indeed, the players who have come in have largely taken the places of players who have plied their trade - nearly exclusively - in the local league.

Jamie Vardy insists England are in it together at the World Cup and will not allow their harmony to be disrupted by a glimpse of Steve Holland's notes. All play in North Africa or the Gulf.

Martinez expanded on the injury to Lukaku, as he hinited the striker tried to run off the problem in the second half before he was substituted after 59 minutes.

But Martinez must urgently take a closer look at his team's defensive operation which a few times allowed the Tunisians to take a stab at Thibaut Courtois' goal.

Tunisia XI: Ben Mustapha; Bronn, S. Ben Youssef, Meriah, Maaloul; Skhiri, Sassi, Khaoui, Badri; F. Ben Youssef; Khazri.

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