Comeback from 2 goals down at the World Cup in 90 minutes. Belgium broke the record.

comeback from two goals down at the World Cup in 90 minutes. Belgium broke the record.There has never been a team in the last 52 years can comeback from two goals behind in the World Cup in 90 minutes. Belgium broke the record.

Belgium recorded a historic comeback when winning 3-2 over Japan at Rostov Arena.The Red Devils left behind two goals first, after being broken into Genki Haraguchi and Takashi Inui in the 48th minute and 52nd.

Skuat made by Roberto Martinez responded with three goals. Jan Vertonghen opened the Belgian goal in the 69th minute, followed by Marouane Fellaini and Nacer Chadli in the 74th and 90th minutes.
This dramatic victory is undoubtedly very special for Belgium. They became the first team to come back from two or more goals to win the knockout phase in 90 minutes since Portugal beat North Korea 5-3 at the 1966 World Cup.
West Germany actually also recorded a comeback in the 1970 World Cup, when the overthrow of England 3-2. But they recorded it in extra round.

Victory over Japan ushered Belgium into the quarterfinals of the 2018 World Cup. They will face Brazil to try to move into the semi-finals.