MOSCOW, RUSSIA - JUNE 23:  Eden Hazard of Belgium celebrates after scoring his team's fourth goal during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group G match between Belgium and Tunisia at Spartak Stadium on June 23, 2018 in Moscow, Russia.  (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

3 Things We Learned as Eden Hazard & Romelu Lukaku Shine in Belgium Rout Against Tunisia

Belgium forwards Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku scored two goals apiece as the Red Devils cruised to a 5-2 win against a weak Tunisia side on Saturday.


Michy Batshuayi also came off the bench to find the back of the net, although the Chelsea striker could have left the Spartak Stadium with a match ball after wasting a handful of chances late on.


Here's a few things we learned as Belgium all but booked their place in the last 16 of the World Cup.

3. This is Eden Hazard's World Cup

Chelsea talisman Eden Hazard has been on the cusp of being considered in the same bracket as Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi for some time, but a strong showing at the World Cup could see the Belgium international finally break into the top bracket of players across the world.


Although Romelu Lukaku popped up with a brace of his own against Tunisia, Hazard was unplayable throughout the game and can only improve as the World Cup goes on this summer.

2. Star Man Wahbi Khazri is Tunisia's Downfall

A handful of the teams at the World Cup have travelled to Russia with no more that a handful of recognisable names.


Tunisia encapsulate this better than most, with Sunderland midfielder Wahbi Khazri their marquee player. 


But the 27-year-old is used out of position for the national team, with manager Nabil Maâloul eager to use him as an out and out striker, and Khazri found himself isolated all too often.

1. Watch Out England

If there is one thing to take away from Belgium's win over Tunisia it's this; Roberto Martínez's side are the real deal.


The Red Devils have always had a squad filled with individual talent, but their ability to perform as a squad has often come under question.


However, Belgium look to have turned a leaf and they finally appear to be entering their long-awaited golden generation. Is it too early to talk about them as contenders to win the World Cup this summer?