Belgium moved to the brink of sealing their place in next year’s European championships with a 4-0 demolition of Scotland at Hampden on Monday, September 9.
De Bruyne then capped a brilliant individual display by rounding off the scoring eight minutes from time.
Scotland’s hopes of qualification were already realistically dependant on winning a playoff, earned via the Nations League, in March and a fourth defeat in six games in Group I sees them fall to fifth in Group I, nine points behind second-placed Russia.
Belgium, by contrast, continued their 100 percent record at the top of the group and can mathematically secure their place at Euro 2020 with victory at home to San Marino next month.
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