Belgium registered their place in the last sixteen of the 2014 World Cup following a narrow 1-0 win over Russia courtesy a late strike by Divock Origi.
Although the Belgians completely dominated possession in the early stages of the game, it was Russia who threatened to score when Viktor Fayzulin forced a good save from Belgium goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois in the 12th minute.
Eight minutes later, at the other end, Kevin de Bruyne, after getting past three defenders, fed the ball to Dries Mertens, who in turn tried to find Lukaku. However, his cross was collected by an alert Igor Akinfeev.
Moments later Mertens got another opportunity, thanks to some poor defending by the Russians, but the Napoli winger could not keep his calm as his effort was wide of the target.
Russia finally mustered an attack at the half hour mark when Maksim Kanunnikov, after getting the ball from Fayzulin, forced an uncomfortable save from Courtois with a powerfully struck effort.
With only a minute remaining in the first half, Russia got a very good chance to break the deadlock through Aleksandr Kokorin. But the forward wasted the opportunity as he headed Denis Glushakov's excellent cross wide of the post.
The second half also lacked lustre as both sides were struggling to get an upper hand in the game.
Russia, however, seemed to be the better side in the second half as they managed to create some half chances in the latter stages of the game.
Sergei Ignashevich glanced a header over the crossbar in the 72th minute before substitute Andrey Eshchenko's long range effort just narrowly missed the far post a couple of minutes later.
Andrey Yeshchenko probably had the best chance to put Russia in the lead in the 81st minute after a pass from Oleg Shatov found him in a very good position in the Belgian box. However, the forward was unable to keep his composure as his effort went wide of the target.
Kevin Mirallas nearly made an immediate impact after coming off the bench in the 83rd minute. But his well struck free-kick was denied by the post.
With only two minutes remaining, Belgian finally struck through Origi.
Eden Hazard did brilliantly as he danced his way past a couple of Russian defenders before slipping the ball to Origi, who made no mistake as he fired the ball into the roof of the net.
Catch the full highlights of the match below: