Sochi, Russia, Romelu Lukaku netted two goals as Belgium thrashed World Cup debutants Panama 3-0 in the Group G match here on Monday.
The Manchester United striker made it 3-0 in the 75th, latching on to a through pass from Hazard and chipping over Penedo.
Belgium were unable to find the breakthrough in the first-half, as the World Cup debutants sat deep and frustrated the Red Devils’ forward line.
Dries Mertens opened the scoring with a brilliant first-time volley, however it was the scoring exploits of Lukaku which really stole the show for United fans.
Lukaku headed in from a brilliant Kevin de Bruyne cross before completing his brace with a cool lofted finish midway though the second-half.
Hazard laid the ball off to Kevin De Bruyne who flipped a diagonal ball with the outside of his foot through for a lurking Lukaku to head home in the 69th minute.