A tough night for the Scots as World Cup runners up show their class.
It was always going to be a great test for Scotland facing the 2018 Bronze World Cup medalists.
The match began with the Scots for a fifteen minute spell controlling and passing the ball well, getting behind the Belgians pushing them back a few yards.
Positive movement form the likes of Callum McGegor and Andy Robertson allowed Scotland to cut open Belgium early on, with Leigh Griffiths, whilst through on goal, clipped the post with his right footed effort.
Romelu Lukaku opened the scoring after a defensive mix-up between Gordon and McGinn to make it 1-0 at half-time.
Eden Hazard ferocious shot doubled the lead shortly after the break before substitute Michy Batshuayi then profited twice from Scotland mistakes.