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The initial 45 minutes of Belgium's opening game with Panama was positively tricky on the eye. A massive, incoherent show against the World Cup debutants saw Romelu Lukaku contact the ball only seven times in the first half.

Captain Eden Hazard let tear at his colleagues amid the break, with Lukaku solidly in his sights.

"It is difficult playing with a man missing," said Hazard of the Manchester United striker. "At half-time, I disclosed to him we required him. He'd been hanging out a bit in advance. In any case, once he got in there, associated with the game, similar to enchantment, he scored two. I trust he comprehends that now."

The productive feedback had the coveted impact, and Belgium is currently focusing on a triumph that will see them secure their place in the last 16 if England stays away from thrashing to Panama. 

Tunisia, in the meantime, will be eliminated off with a game still to go if they are crushed, and England doesn't lose.

Belgium

  • 1 Courtois
  • 2 Alderweireld
  • 20 Boyata
  • 5 Vertonghen
  • 15 Meunier
  • 7 De Bruyne
  • 6 Witsel
  • 11 Carrasco
  • 14 Mertens
  • 10 Hazard
  • 9 Lukaku

Substitutes

  • 3 Vermaelen
  • 4 Kompany
  • 8 Fellaini
  • 12 Mignolet
  • 13 Casteels
  • 16 T Hazard
  • 17 Tielemans
  • 18 Januzaj
  • 19 Dembélé
  • 21 Batshuayi
  • 22 Chadli
  • 23 Dendoncker

Tunisia

  • 1 Ben Mustapha
  • 11 Bronn
  • 2 S Ben Youssef
  • 4 Meriah
  • 12 Maâloul
  • 13 Sassi
  • 17 Skhiri
  • 7 Khaoui
  • 8 F Ben Youssef
  • 10 Khazri
  • 9 Badri

Substitutes

  • 3 Benalouane
  • 5 Haddadi
  • 6 Bedoui
  • 14 Ben Amor
  • 15 Khalil
  • 16 Mathlouthi
  • 18 Srarfi
  • 19 Khalifa
  • 20 Chaalali
  • 21 Nagguez
  • 23 Sliti
Referee:Jair Marrufo

VIEW FROM BOTH CAMPS

Belgium head coach Roberto Martinez on Tunisia: "They have a ton of boldness, and they're incredibly unique.

"The players have a decent comprehension between every other and they can expedite vitality and force counter-assaults. They play live, productive football."

Tunisia head coach Nabil Maaloul: "On the off chance that we had got a draw it would have been a brilliant outcome for us (against England), however ideally this will prompt larger amounts of fixation in the coming recreations."
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