Belgium trash Belarus Eight goals to nil


Belgium's second-string utilized the chance of an uncommon begin to intrigue mentor Roberto Martinez as they pounded Belarus 8-0 in their World Cup qualifier on Tuesday. 

With Martinez notice players were under a microscope for places in the Euro 2020 crew, Michy Batshuayi, Hans Vanaken (2), Leandro Trossard (2), Jeremy Doku, Denis Praet and Christian Benteke all scored as any semblance of Kevin De Bruyne, Romelu Lukaku and Dries Mertens were given the night off. 

It lifted Belgium to seven focuses from three games in Group E, while Belarus endured a first loss subsequent to beginning with a 4-2 success over Estonia. Czech Republic are second on four focuses after a 1-0 misfortune to Wales who are level on three with Belarus. 

Striker Michy Batshuayi opened the scoring with a pounding shot in the fourteenth moment 


Belgium: Mignolet, Alderweireld, Denayer (Boyata 46), Vertonghen (Dendoncker 64), Meunier, Praet (Tielemans 71), Vanaken, Hazard, Trossard, Batshuayi (Benteke 64),Doku (Januzaj 77). 

Subs Not Used: Mertens, Lukaku, Saelemaekers, Kaminski, Casteels, De Bruyne, Castagne. 

Objectives: Batshuayi 14, Vanaken 17, Trossard 38, Doku 42,Praet 49, Benteke 70, Trossard 75, Vanaken 89. 

Belarus: Gutor, Podstrelov (Signevich 46), Pavlovets, Naumov, Polyakov, Yuzepchuk, Stasevich, Kislyak (Maevskiy 61), Kendysh (Bakhar 87), Ebong (Savitskiy 46), Lisakovich (Klimovich 75). 

Subs Not Used: Bordachev, Shvyatsow, Pavlyuchenko, Yablonskiy, Antilevski, Chichkan, Laptev. 

Ref: Donatas Rumsas (Lithuania) 

Belgium, top of the FIFA rankings, were 4-0 up at halftime at Den Dreef as they perpetrated Belarus' heaviest at any point rout. 

Batshuayi lashed home the opener from a tight point in the fourteenth moment, followed three minutes after the fact by Vanenkenâs first global objective as he jabbed home from short proximity. 

Trossard opened his public group account with an incredible shot into the furthest corner in the 38th. After four minutes a breakaway by Jeremy Doku was done easily by the youthful striker. 

Praet made it 5-0 four minutes into the second half with a shot from outside the punishment region before substitute Benteke turned to hammer home on the volley after long drop of protection from Toby Alderweireld. 

That 70th moment strike was trailed by a second for Trossard five minutes a short time later. 

With two minutes left, Vanaken was set up by Adnan Januzaj for his second of the night to finish the defeat, effectively marvellous Belarus' past heaviest misfortune, 5-0 to Austria.

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