With the assistance of Romelu Lukaku’s goal, Belgium sealed a 2-1 victory over Greece becoming the first European team to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.
At the 70th minute, Belgium defender Jan Vertonghen secured a lead for his team with a fierce shot.
Only three minutes later, midfielder Zeca equalised for Greece. This was short-lived as Manchester United striker Lukaku struck a header a minute later that guaranteed his team a top spot in European qualifying Group H.
Belgium currently stands on 22 points from eight games, eight points ahead of Bosnia and Herzegovina with two games remaining.
They will join Brazil, Iran, Japan, Mexico and hosts Russia in guaranteeing a place at next year's finals.