Belgium showed their quality in the 4-0 win over Saudi Arabia.
Eden Hazard started as the no.10, but he had the freedom to roam. A slick Hazard run from the center led to Lukaku’s goal as he took a pass, dribbled through a few challenges and slid Romelu Lukaku through for his second goal.
Michy Batshuayi scored the third goal in Belgium’s 4-0 home win over Saudi Arabia, working himself the shooting opportunity after bringing down a cross. The striker had been introduced on the hour for Eden Hazard, who had a hand in the second goal with a typical run and pass. It was converted by Romelu Lukaku, his second, with Kevin De Bruyne completing the scoring.
Just before being substituted in the second half for Batshuayi, Hazard also had a shot cleared off the line by a defender.
Batshuayi moved into the middle when Lukaku came off and again showed that his form for Borussia Dortmund isn’t a fluke. In fact, with better chest control he could have had a second goal.