Czech Republic 1-1 Belgium: Romelu Lukaku’s strike rescues a point for Roberto Martinez’s men in World Cup qualifier to cancel out Lukas Provod’s superb effort from distance
- Romelu Lukaku struck for Belgium to rescue 1-1 draw against the Czech Republic
- Both sides had to settle for a point in their World Cup qualifier on Saturday
- Lukas Provod put the hosts ahead with a superb strike from long distance
- Inter Milan forward Lukaku equalised for the Red Devils just ten minutes later
Romelu Lukaku rescued a point for Belgium against the Czech Republic as they were frustrated in their second World Cup qualifier on Saturday.
The hosts had shocked the No.1 team in the world with a stunning goal as Lukas Provid’s long range strike put them ahead.
But Inter Milan’s Lukaku responded by slotting home just ten minutes later to ensure Roberto Martinez’s men went away with at least a draw – giving them four points from their first two games.
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Romelu Lukaku rescued a draw for Belgium in their World Cup qualifier against Czech Republic
Lukas Provod had put the home side ahead in the second half with a super long range strike
Inter Milan forward Lukaku slotted home just ten minutes later as Belgium were frustrated