Manchester United hit-man, Romelu Lukaku netted twice as Belgium went on to spank Panama 3-0 in their World Cup opener.
The Striker scored a brace after Napoli midfielder, Dries Mertens had shot the Red Devils into the lead on Monday.
Belgium eventually defeated Panama 3-0 in their first World Cup Group G outing at the Fisht Olympic Stadium in Sochi.
The North American country who were making their debut at the global tournament meritedly made it to the break unscathed.
But the world-class talent of the Belgian national team showed with a trio of spectacular strikes in the second stanza.
A breath-taking volley from Mertens ended minnows, Panama’s doggedness just few minutes after the restart, precisely in the 47th minute.
After which Lukaku then followed up with two great goals of his own to make the result much more convincing.