Belgium took the lead thanks to a Eden Hazard penalty goal in the 5th minute and then kicked Romelu Lukaku in the 16th minute, while Tunisia narrowed the position through Dylan Bronn’s header in the 18th minute.
In the final minutes of the first half, Lukaku then increase the advantage of Belgium through his right foot kick.
Both teams themselves played attractively and there was buying and selling attacks in 45 minutes of the game.
In this fight, the referee needs the help of VAR technology to decide Hazard’s penalty.
The incident started after Hazard was overthrown by Syam Ben Youssef. The Tunisian players had asked referee Jair Marrufo to see VAR, for assuming the offense took place outside the penalty box.
But after seeing VAR, the referee from the United States was ignored the protests of the Tunisian players and confirmed the decision of a penalty.
Hazard also execute a cold penalty into the right corner of the goal.
Belgium that did not relax the attack added advantage through Romelu Lukaku.
After receiving a breakthrough bait Dries Mertens, Lukaku kick off the diagonal to the left corner of Tunisia goalkeeper escorted Farouk Ben Mustapha.
Tunisia only takes two minutes to respond and minimize the position to 2-1.
Dylan Bronn Thibaut Courtois thrilling goalkeeper through a header after receiving a free kick Wahbi Khazri.
Bronn’s goal lifted the spirit of Tunisia to seek an equalizing goal.
Nabil Maaloul’s team even managed to lock the Belgian defense into the 30th minute.
Tunisia’s militant pressure made the Belgian midfield unimpeded, even forcing De Bruyne to survive.
Belgium then added advantage through Lukaku who received a breakthrough bait Thomas Meunier. Coldly using his right leg kick, Lukaku netted the goal against Tunisia.