Fellaini, Hazard and Man City new boy De Bruyne do the business for Belgium

Edin Dzeko had opened the scoring for Bosnia & Herzegovina but the home side went on to claim a 3-1 win.

Belgium Bosnia-Herzogovina Euro Soccer Fellaini and De Bruyne hug. Source: AP/Press Association Images

Updated at 10.00 

BELGIUM STAYED HOT on the heels of Wales at the top of Euro 2016 qualifying Group B with a win in Brussels tonight.

In front of a home crowd at the King Baudouin Stadium, Marc Wilmots’ team fell behind to an Edin Dzeko header after 15 minutes.

However, Manchester United’s Marouane Fellaini headed home from a Kevin de Bruyne corner eight minutes later.

Just before half-time, De Bruyne, who joined Man City from Wolfsburg for €74 million (£54m) last week, then added a second with a low drive from 30 yards out.

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