The last second round match continued like the other seven matches, good first half but no early goals.
The best chance fell to Belgium, who were looking dangerous on the counter-attack. A Jan Vertonghen ball across the penalty area was brilliantly cleared by USA left-back DeMarcus Beasley, when the ball looked destined for the goal.
The second half was dominated by Belgium, with the Red Devils making chance after chance throughout the half.
Divock Origi hit the bar with a header, and substitute Kevin Mirallas missed a great chance when through on goal, only for Everton club teammate Tim Howard to make the save.
Neither team could score, and extra time started in Salvador, but the goals started to come in extra time.
Romelu Lukaku come on for Origi, and made an instant impact. Just three minutes into the start of Extra-time, Lukaku made a strong down the right before pulling it back to Kevin DeBruyne, who found the bottom corner with a lovely finish.
De Bruyne then assisted Lukaku to score on 105 minutes, to go into a 2-0 lead, and look like they were comfortably going through.
Then a Julian Green volley pulled a goal back with 14 minutes left, but despite great effort from the Americans, they couldn’t find an equaliser and were knocked out of a World Cup that continues to excite.