Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku are injury doubts for crucial England showdown

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Chelsea star Eden Hazard suffered a calf injury as his side won comfortably 5-2 against Tunisia in Russian Federation.

After Eden Hazard gave Belgium the lead from the penalty spot, Lukaku doubled the advantage with a calm strike to the far corner through a defender's legs. Substitute Michy Batshuayi also got on the scoresheet, so Belgium have a class replacement ready to go.

Romelu Lukaku became the first player in 32 years to score multiple goals in consecutive World Cup finals matches with his two strikes for Belgium in their 5-2 victory over Tunisia Saturday.

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"It's just the second game, we just need to keep improving like we are doing now".

Injuries to striker Romelu Lukaku and his two forward support men did not seem to trouble the Spaniard, but given a lack of recovery time he is planning on giving match time to others in the 23-man squad.

Under Martinez, who has hardly set the world alight with this extremely talented Belgium squad despite Saturday's win, Lukaku has scored a remarkable 23 goals in 20 games and is now joint top goalscorer for the tournament alongside Ronaldo. That's what we want.

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"For his second, he dinks it over the goalkeeper with his weaker foot and he's celebrating before it even crosses the line".

If England, as expected, defeat Panama in Nizhny Novgorod on Sunday, then the victor of the game between the Three Lions and Belgium will decide who finishes top of Group G.

With his brace against Tunisia, Lukaku wrote his name into the history books of the Belgian national team.

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Belgium, who are one of the dark horses to win the World Cup, got their campaign in Russian Federation underway with a comfortable win over the South American minnows, with two goals coming from Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku.

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