Belgium look as if they are going to be one of the teams to beat this World Cup.
After defeating Panama 3-0 in their opening group game, they smashed five past Tunisia in a 5-2 victory on Friday afternoon.
That result was made even more impressive by the fact that England needed a late goal to overcome the African outfit 2-1 last week.
Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku both bagged two, while Michy Batshuayi came off the bench to grab a late goal.
In truth, it could have been even more had Batshuayi converted a number of easy chances late on in the game.
Belgium are not mathematically through to the last 16, but with two wins from two and a goal difference of plus six, they have all but secured their passage into the knockout stages.
Phil Neville has already taken some criticism for his punditry during the World Cup, and he was on commentary duty for the game yesterday afternoon.
One comment in particular about Eden Hazard, after his second goal of the game, completely baffled some fans.
Neville was raving about his balance after the goal, and said that was his biggest quality as he 'never, ever goes down.'
Watch the clip below:
Hazard hasn't earned a reputation as a diver, but he has been found guilty of simulation in the past.
To say he 'never, ever goes down' is absolutely baffling.
And some fans on Twitter decided to heckle him for his choice of words.
Besides, why is Hazard going to ground his best quality?
Hazard has proven he is one of the best players in the Premier League, mostly down to his dribbling skills and speed with the ball.
It's almost unfair to say his balance is the best part about his game.
Sorry, Phil. But you've had a shocker.
Unfortunately for Neville, he's already made a few comments this World Cup that has attracted some negativity of fans.
One of the biggest is perhaps his comments about Uruguay, where he commented that all they want to do this summer is go further in the tournament than they have ever done before.
That is despite the fact they have won the World Cup... twice.
Unfortunately, his comments about Hazard will probably not be the last baffling comments he makes this summer.