After a painful defeat in the opening game against Italy, Belgium are back on track at Euro 2016. The Red Devils are running through Ireland with ease, and have put together an impressive performance.
But it took a while before they could break the deadlock. It was the second minute of the second half, and the Belgians cleared a cross from the Irish. Then, Romelu Lukaku found Kevin De Bruyne and they started a two-man move that was the absolute perfect counter-attack. De Bruyne took the ball all the way to the other box, and served the Everton man, who opened the scoring with a nice finish.
If you were a little worried for Belgium after that Italy loss, don't be anymore. They're just fine. And Manchester City is well represented by one of the world's best playmaker doing what he does best, and in a major tournament. Good job, KDB!