Time for Tunisia vs England

The other half of Group G kicks off at 20:00 SAST in Volgograd.

Step right this way to see if England can finally shake off their major tournament demons:

It's all over in Sochi

That's full time and Belgium will be a little relieved to come away from that as 3-0 winners.

They deserved it in the end but were given a bit of hassle (and a good kicking) along the way.

Two from Lukaku after Mertens opened the scoring with a beauty.

Final Belgian change

90+1' Witsel lopes off and his place is taken by Nacer Chadli, who was relegated from the English Premier League with West Brom last season.

We'll have four minutes of added time, as it happens.

De Bruyne is booked, though

89' And rightly so, as he sticks a high boot right into the chest of Tejada.

These cards could come back to haunt them later in the tournament.

Escobar skids the free kick low towards goal but can't evade Thibaut Courtois.

Escobar kicks Witsel

88' That was pretty malicious but he inexplicably gets away without becoming Panama's sixth yellow card of the match.

Foul on Mertens now

83' As Panama become ever more ragged.

Thorgan Hazard comes on for Mertens, just after his brother's free kick is deflected away off the wall.

Solid shift from the Napoli man, whose gorgeous strike broke the deadlock.

Goal Belgium!

78' Easy.

Witsel on to Hazard, Hazard through to Lukaku, Lukaku into the net.

They're in serious danger of adding some gloss to a bang-average performance here. Take note for later on, England.

Carrasco comes off for Belgium

76' The wisdom of playing someone who can't tackle, track back or head a ball at wing-back is questionable at best.

Anyway, he's done and Moussa Dembele is on.

Top scorer alert

75' Luis Tejada is Panama's joint-leading scorer and he's on the pitch now at the expense of Blas Perez.

He'll have to keep up that form and then some if his final international commitment for his country doesn't end after three group games.

Goal Belgium!

69' Lukaku finally puts his presence to good use as he dives forward to head in from close range past Penedo.

That was decent, but the outside-of-the-right-foot cross from De Bruyne was sublime.

If only they let him play further forward...