Hazard opened the scoring from the penalty spot before Lukaku's brace put Belgium in control, despite Tunisia pulling one back.
So if you had two incredibly cynical managers in charge of England and Belgium, both teams could play for a goalless draw and try to get their entire team, plus substitutes if required, booked, in an attempt to swerve the favourites. Recalling childhood poverty which he says drives him, Lukaku told Players Tribune magazine how his family could not afford satellite TV.
While most of these records look unbeatable, the expansion of the World Cup to 48 teams from 2026 could once again see epic mismatches to threaten the record books. "We are a team who link up well when we are in front of goal and there were good combinations, but we still have work to do". That's what we want.
"For his second, he dinks it over the goalkeeper with his weaker foot and he's celebrating before it even crosses the line".More news: Days After Buying Time Warner, AT&T Launches New TV Service
Should England beat Panama on Sunday then Gareth Southgate's men and Belgium will fight it out on June 28 to determine who tops Group G and who finishes second.
Lukaku's first score of the game came in the 16th minute, putting Belgium up 2-0.
In between his two goals, Lukaku attempted to round Tunisia's goalkeeper when played through in the box.