Belgium became the first side from Europe to qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup after beating Greece 2-1 at the Karaiskakis Stadium on Sunday.
Belgium will be aiming to clinch their place in the 2018 FIFA World Cup when they travel to the Karaiskakis Stadium to face Greece on Sunday.
Chelsea are trying to bag AS Roma's Greek centre-back Kostas Manolas for £30million as scouts go over to see him in action.
Belgium and Greece had to share the points after playing out a hard fought 1-1 draw at the King Baudouin Stadium, which saw 2 Greek players get sent off.
Romelu Lukaku rescued a point for Belgium as Roberto Martinez's side had to settle for a draw against Greece
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.
Videos have been going viral of Turkish Fans booing during the one minute silence for the victims of the Paris Attack observed before their match against Greece. One fan has gone on record to state that it was a big misunderstanding.
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