Belgium were spared the blushes against a 9-man Greece in their Group H World Cup Qualifying match by Everton striker Romelu Lukaku, who ensured that his side left the The King Baudouin Stadium with a point to their name with a superb 89th minute strike.
It was a second half filled with drama at the The King Baudouin Stadium as an 89th minute Romelu Lukaku equalizer amidst 2 Greek players getting sent off ensured that the match ended 1-1 and that Belgium kept their place atop Group H.
The top two teams in Group H go head-to-head as Belgium take on Greece in the World Cup Qualifiers on Saturday.
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Belgium had to be content with a draw after their neighbours took a shock lead before the visitors equalized late in the game
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