Belgium cruised to a 5-2 win over Tunisia Saturday in Russian Federation, and striker Romelu Lukaku scored twice to bring his goal total to four at the 2018 World Cup, matching Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo. This feat made them the first teammates to score twice in the same World Cup game since Toni Kroos and Andre Schurrle accomplished the feat in the 2014, when Germany destroyed Brazil 7-1 in the semi-final.
Belgium plays its final Group G match against England at 2pm on Thursday at Kaliningrad Stadium in Kaliningrad.
As you'd probably expect from such a tweet, it's going viral already, with United and Belgian fans alike tweeting their appreciation of Lukaku. "We'll make decisions based on that but there will be major changes against England". It was a knock that he had late in the first half and he tried to play through it and he couldn't.
Belgium thrashed Tunisia 5-2 on Saturday and England will face Panama tomorrow night, a team which the Three Lions are expected to roll over with relative ease.
"They'll be analysing it for sure but again, England are in a good place now where if they get another positive performance against Panama and play well, then we can actually start worrying about what we can do to Belgium".
"Football has a unusual knack to punish you if you don't treat things professionally and in the right manner", he said.