Belgium moved to the top of Group H after a 4-0 win against Bosnia and Herzegovina in their World Cup qualifier in Brussels.
An own goal by Emir Spahic opened the scoring on 26 minutes and Belgium doubled their lead just three minutes later when Eden Hazard got on the end of Dries Mertens' cross.
The Euro 2016 quarterfinalists looked much the stronger side throughout the game and Roberto Martinez's men were out of sight on the hour mark.
After winning a corner, Toby Alderweireld made it 3-0 as he got on the end of Mertens' corner in the six-yard box.
Everton striker Romelu Lukaku scored Belgium's fourth on 79 minutes with a superb strike into the top right corner from outside the box as the home side made it two comfortable wins in a row at the start of qualifying.