Romelu Lukaku scored a second consecutive goal against Estonia and assisted Belgium with expanding their unbeaten run European Championship qualifiers to 19 matches as the Red Demons cruise to a 5-0 home win.
Belgium wasted no time attempting to solidify their lead at the highest point of Group F and veteran protectordefender Jan Vertonghen commended his 150th worldwide cap in style, effectively heading past Karl Hein from Yannick Carrasco’s corner. The Red Demons kept the tension on and the hosts were well en route to a 6th consecutive win over Estonia when Leandro Trossard jinked past three players and terminated into the top corner from the edge of the case.
With a winless sudden spike in demand for the road in Euros qualifiers extending back to October 2011, an Estonia rebound would require a close to wonder. However Henri Anier nearly gave his side expectation as he pursued down a long ball and struck a first-time volley against the underside of Koen Casteels’ crossbar.
Belgium stayed on the front foot after HT and Romelu Lukaku tortured the visitors similarly as in the opposite fixture in June with two quickfire goals. Lukaku previously controlled Orel Mangala’s through ball masterfully and struck low into the net past Hein before the Belgian captain tracked down space on the edge of the area, cut back onto his right foot and whipped a twisting exertion into the base right corner for his 10th Euros capability goal. The Red Devils in this way saved the ball for huge periods and remained patient prior to adding a late fifth with Jérémy Doku teeing up Charles De Ketelaere in the crate and he lashed a high shot into the top of the net from a tight point.
All along, Belgium were in charge and eased to an uneven victory as Domenico Tedesco scored his fifth win in six matches as Belgium Boss. It was tough night for Estonia and the loss covered a defeat dissapointing internation spell for Thomas Häberli’s side after they lost the two fixtures, scored none and conceded nine.