Marc Wilmots’ men got a boost in their World Cup preparations by routing minnows Luxembourg 5-1 last night, with Romelu Lukaku netting a hat-trick in the process.
Tottenham’s Nacer Chadli also got in on the act in the 71st minute, scoring his team’s fourth goal after coming off the bench.
The Spurs man had a slow start to life in London after a move to the Premier League last summer, but improved in the second half of the 2013-14 season.
The former Twente winger prefers to play on the left wing and cut inside onto his favoured right foot to unleash a strike at goal.
Chadli scored Spurs’ fourth with an excellent strike in a 4-0 win over Newcastle, and his ability to cut off his wing was evident in his goal for Belgium.
With the chance to play for his nation at the World Cup this summer, Chadli could be a player that has a significant role to play for Tottenham next season.