Belgium finally played like the world-class group of individuals they are, brushing away a hapless Bosnian side 4-0 in the Group H World Cup qualifiers last night.
The Red Devils were without the service of their best player Kevin de Bruyne, but Eden Hazard stepped up admirably, putting on the type of performance that was seen in Chelsea’s 2014/15 title winning campaign.
The Chelsea man was one of the best players on the pitch and took his performance to the next level with the support from Dries Mertens and Yannick Carrasco.
The forward bagged a fine goal in the match to complete his dominant performance. Mertens drifted in to the centre and played a sublime through ball for Hazard inside the box.
Hazard then rounded his club teammate and keeper Asmir Begovic with ease and sidefooted the ball into the empty net from an acute angle.
The resurgence continues for Eden Hazard, check out the goal below!