Despite crashing out at the quarter final stage of the European Championships last summer, Belgium were still expected to sweep all opponents aside during the qualifying campaign for the World Cup in Russia next year.
The Red Devils have a frightening amount of quality at their disposal and this weekend, when taking on Greece, many expected Roberto Martinez's men to see them off with little fuss.
However, that wasn't the case, and the unfenced Greeks led the way for the majority of the game before Everton striker Romelu Lukaku rescued a point for the home side with just two minuted remaining on the clock.
Clearly keen to find the net and turn that one point into three with the short amount of time left, the striker could perhaps be accused of channeling his aggression in the wrong way by starting a fight with Greece defender Kostas Manolas.
As Belgium won a corner with just seconds to go, trouble broke out in the box as the hosts looked to score a second and Lukaku decided to focus his attentions on the Roma defender.
The video below doesn't quite capture what happened to spark the mini-brawl but it does capture Lukaku's reaction to it and his chasing of Manolas.
As typical with incidents like this, there was a lot of shoving and a lot of shouting, but no blows were traded and the striker ended up picking up a yellow card for his troubles.
The result still leaves Belgium top of the group after five games, picking up 13 points so far with Greece in second on 11.
Victory would have put some daylight between the two sides, though their massive goal difference of scoring 22 and conceding two will leave them in a very healthy position to book their place in Russia next summer.
It was the first game in this qualifying round that Belgium had failed to win. Lukaku made a pest of himself throughout the game but could only land himself on the scoresheet once.News Now - Sport News