Belgium Come From Behind To Humiliate Lewandowski's Poland In Nations League Match.

 In their second Nations League game in Group A4, Belgium came from behind to defeat Poland with a resounding 6-1 victory on Wednesday night in Brussels.

Roberto Martinez's men suffered a heavy 4--1 defeat to the Netherlands last time out in their opening Group A4 match, but they emphatically put that disappointment behind them against Poland.

Just before the half-hour mark, prolific scorer Robert Lewandowski drew first blood and gave Poland the lead in the 28th minute.

The Belgians fought back, with Axel Witsel scoring just minutes before the interval to square the score.  Kevin de Bruyne scored in the 59th to give the Red Devils the lead, and Leandro Trossard scored twice in the 73rd and 80th minute to extend the lead for the Belgians.

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With second-half goals of their own, Leander Dendoncker fired home in style in the 83rd minute, and Lois Openda wrapped up the sensational outing, marking his international debut with a clever finish to seal the victory.

Belgium moves up to second in group four same points with Poland and three points behind leaders Netherlands.

Belgium visit bottom side Wales on Saturday while Poland travel to the Netherlands. Poland host Belgium in their return fixture on Tuesday.

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