Belgium vs S Marino European Qualifiers Group I 7:45pm Thursday October King Baudouin Stadium Romelu Lukaku struck his 50th and 51st goals since Belgium became the first team to qualify for Euro 2020 once they hammered San Marino 9-0 – fitting the record. Inter Milan striker Lukaku became the first Belgian to reach the landmark with a shot to open the scoring in the 28th minute. Nacer Chadli was setup three moments by him before an own-goal out of Cristian Brolli place up Belgium 3-0. Lukaku grabbed his next – and target for Belgium – on 41 minutes, assisted by Real Madrids Eden Hazard. A Toby Alderweireld effort in a Youri Tielemens shot in stoppage time and the 43rd minute found Belgium railway in 6-0 up. The rate slowed ahead of his three-year global drought broke by coming off the bench to score in the minute. Yari Verschaeren, 18, came off the bench to score his first senior goal to make it 8-0 at the moments and the tally at the 90th minute round off. After two goals from striker Bruno Petkovic assisted them into a 3-0 home win over 25, croatia remained firmly on course to achieve Euro 2020. The Croatians top the group with 13 points from six matches and will secure a berth in next seasons finals with a game to spare should they conquer Wales off on Sunday. The Croatians dominated later they were fired by captain Luka Modric when he steered a shot beyond Hungary goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi, raced down the centre and picked up a loose ball in midfield. Petkovic made it 2-0 with a beautiful back-heel from close range after Ante Rebic left his marker for dead on the flank and squared the ball to the Dinamo Zagreb hitman. A catalog of defensive mistakes allowed Petkovic in the late in the first half to bundle, as Gulacsi and Tamas Kadar misjudged Ivan Perisics low cross from the best. Gulacsi made amends when he saved the penalty of Perisic after Rebic was however any hopes of a Hungary comeback were dashed minutes after when Laszlo Kleinheisler was shipped off for a second bookable offence. Austria defender Martin Hinteregger scored a goal that any striker would have been proud about to set up a triumph over Israel. The hosts created a slow start before some half-full Ernst Happel stadium and were stunned when Eran Zahavi, scorer of a hat-trick in Israels 4-2 win at the very first assembly of the two teams from the group, put the visitors in front with a sublime campaign in the 34th minute. Munas Dabbur threaded the ball through to Zahavi that lashed a shot into the top corner from 25 metres and side-stepped his marker. Valentino Lazaro slotted at the equaliser and Austria went following the break. Andreas Ulmer thumped on a cross to the area in which Hinteregger, turned, between two defenders, controlled the ball on his torso and sent his effort past goalkeeper Ofir Marciano. Marcel Sabitzer included the third to depart Austria minute with 13 points from seven matches of Slovenia and North Macedonia. Since Poland won 3-0 the successful Robert Lewandowski took his tally to 11 goals in his last seven appearances for both club and country with his laps contrary to Latvia. He exchanged passes and defeat keeper Andris Vanins and Kamil Grosickis low cross was turned in by then after Latvia were dispossessed in midfield. By tapping in the cross-shot at the 76th minute of Grosicki he also completed his Poland hat-trick. Northern Ireland slipped into a 3-1 defeat that was late together with Luuk de Jong and Memphis Depay. The very first international goal of kieffer Moore helped Wales remain in pursuit of eligibility for Euro 2020 with a draw in Slovakia. Scotland has to rely following a defeat in Russia in Euro 2020. Cyprus conquer on Kazakhstan 2-1 from the group of Scotland. Temirlan Erlanov gave the hosts the lead in the 34th minute but Cyprus hit back late on, with Pieros Sotiriou before Nicholas Ioannou finished the victory 11 minutes 35, scoring a second equaliser. Belarus and Estonia played out a 0-0 draw in Group C while Slovenia were surprised 2-1 away with a Elif Elmas brace. Read more here: