Belgium Are Confirmed Qatar World Cup 2022 ticket with Estonia win


Eden Hazard started when Belgium host Estonia on Saturday night, and found himself replaced by his brother Thorgan who scored in the Red Devils’ 3-1 victory to secure their place in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

Atletico Madrid’s Yannick Carrasco was also targeted by Roberto Martinez’s side after Christian Benteke gave them an early goal, while Carrasco scored twice just after the break.

Erik Sorga set things straight for a moment as he returned the goal to the visitors. But Thorgan Hazard, who replaced his older brother Eden, killed things for about a quarter of an hour to play, putting his name on the scoreboard for the Belgian third team.

The win leaves Belgium with 19 points from seven games so far, five with 14 points left in Wales despite beating Belarus tonight, meaning they have qualified for the World Cup.

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