Belgium through to quarters, heartbreak for Japan

Belgium made a stunning comeback and snatched a last-gasp (3-2) win over Japan in the last-16 match.

Nacer Chadli turned out to be the hero for Belgium after netting the last-gasp winner. The Red Devils made a stunning comeback being two goals down. (Getty Images) Photo: (Getty Images)
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Roberto Martinez celebrates on the sidelines after Belgium's brilliant win. His mastermind of getting two substitutions worked in the match, as Belgium became first team in World Cup history to have two subs coming on and score a goal in a knockout game. (Getty Images)
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Nacer Chadli strike stunned Japan and its fans by scoring in the dying seconds of the match. (Getty Images)
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Marouane Fellaini brought Belgium back into the game by scoring the header in the second half. (Getty Images)
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Jan Vertonghen celebrates after scoring Belgium's first goal after his team being two goals down. (Getty Images)
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Genki Haraguchi celebrates after opening the scoring for Japan in a high-octane clash. (Getty Images)
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Takashi Inui scored a long-range scorcher to stun Belgium. (Getty Images)
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Belgium fans prior to the start of the Round of 16 match against Japan. (Getty Images)
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