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#1 24-06-2018 05:04:46

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World cup day 10 in a nutshell: Late drama, record breaking... and a p

World cup day 10 in a nutshell: Late drama, record breaking... and a princess
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maxbet The latest of late drama, a record-breaking Mexican, and a lucky princess - it's been a big day of World Cup action on day 10.

Each day during the tournament, we will be pulling together all the big stories and best reaction right here in a nutshell, so you do not miss a thing.

Belgium 5-2 Tunisia
Roberto Martinez's side clicked into gear with a bang against the outfit England only edged past on Monday night, going ahead inside six minutes when Eden Hazard converted from the spot.

maxbet Romelu Lukaku doubled the lead but Dylan Bronn looked to have brought Tunisia back into the game, until the Manchester United man struck again on the stroke of half-time.

Another from Hazard after the break and a close-range finish - after missing a hatful of other chances - from Michy Batshuayi gave Belgium the joint-highest score in a game at this tournament, before Wahbi Khazri netted a consolation goal in injury time.

South Korea 1-2 Mexico
Mexico kept up their 100 per cent record at this World Cup with a goal in either half to get past a South Korea side who, in truth, provided more of a test at times than Germany had in the first round of games.

Hirving Lozano was again on form for the Mexicans but it was Carlos Vela who put them ahead from the penalty spot, after Lee Yong was penalised for handball.

Javier Hernandez became the first Mexico player to score 50 goals after the break with a smart turn and finish, and although Heung-min Son fired in a goal of the tournament contender late on, it was too late to mount a serious comeback.

Germany 2-1 Sweden
In the game of the day, Germany kept their tournament alive with a late, late show against Sweden to keep their destiny in their own hands going into the final round of group games.

Trailing to Ola Toivonen's first-half lob, Joachim Low's half-time team talk made all the difference against a Sweden side looking to seal qualification to the knockout stages.

maxbet Marco Reus levelled within minutes of the restart but Jerome Boateng's dismissal for a second yellow late on looked to have derailed their hopes of a win, until Toni Kroos struck a wonderful free-kick in the final 15 seconds of injury-time to steal victory.

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