Belgium striker Michy Batshuayi scored twice as the hosts eased to a victory over Iceland and a 12th win in a row in the UEFA Nations League.
Belgium beats Iceland 5-1 at home on Tuesday night.
Roberto Martinez’s men fell behind in bizarre fashion through Holmbert Fridjonsson’s deflected effort that marked the first of three goals in seven minutes.
Axel Witsel promptly levelled and Michy Batshuayi made it 2-1 to hosts Belgium, who spurned further first-half chances to extend the lead.
After the first half, Dries Mertens extend the lead in 50th minute. Batshuavi added another with a lovely backheel finish past the Iceland goalkeeper in 69th minute and another by Jeremy Doku in 79th minute to give them the lead by 5-1.
Belgium lead the League A Group 2 standings with a maximum haul of six points from two games, followed by England on four, Denmark with one and Iceland none.