A double by Manchester United's Romelu Lukaku helped Belgium to a 3-0 win over Concacaf World Cup debutants, Panama in the FIFA World Cup today.
Belgium and Panama clashed in Group G on Monday in Sochi, with Lukaku proving too much for Panama.
All goals came in the second-half as Dries Mertens also netted with a beauty of a volley.
Great work from Kevin De Bruyne set up Lukaku to head in his first before he dinked in a second after a counter-attack.
Belgium were without defensive lynchpin Vincent Kompany but his replacement, Dedryck Boyata, was rarely tested.
Local fans hoping to see Trinidad and Tobago versus Panama on television tonight, are not going to be able to do so.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) and Flow Sports were unable to reach an agreement with regard to the televising of the Trinidad and Tobago World Cup Qualifier match today.
A statement by Flow says this telecast will not be available on Flow Sports in Trinidad and Tobago.
It says that viewers in the rest of the Caribbean will be able to see the game live on Flow Sports as scheduled beginning at 7 pm.
Panama Head Coach Hernan Dario Gomez has selected his final squad to face Trinidad and Tobago in next Friday’s 2018 World Cup qualifier at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
The last time Panama played in Port of Spain in a World Cup qualifier in Port of Spain, T&T came away 2-0 winners with Stern John opening the scoring in the first half and Dennis Lawrence netting the second item after the break.