BELGIUM eased to a 3-0 win in their Uefa Nations League opener against Iceland thanks to an Eden Hazard strike and Romelu Lukaku double.
Roberto Martinez’s side opened the scoring in the 29th minute from the penalty spot, with the Chelsea winger dispatching low into the bottom corner.
AP:Associated Press Eden Hazard broke the deadlock from the penalty spot for Belgium against Iceland
Lukaku then doubled the Red Devils’s lead at Laugardalsvollur Stadium after firing in from close range in the 31st minute.
And the Manchester United striker sealed the victory in the 81st minute after guiding his effort into the bottom left corner after getting on the end of a Dries Mertens cross.
Iceland have now lost back-to-back games in the tournament following their 3-0 defeat against Switzerland.
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