Tunisia lost for the second time in a row the World Cup finals and was defeated 5-2 in the Moscow Spartak Stadium.
The Carthaginians scored a goal two goals behind, but on the whole they appeared unbalanced, disorganized and especially under their bossy opponents.
This was much better by Sternwah Wahbi Khazri after his muted show against England, the striker was lively, inventive and contributed a fine helping hand.
With pressure and rain in the second half, Tunisia actually began to express itself, and there were a few moments of excellent interplay between the forwards. 
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Manager rating (out of 10):
5 – Nabil Maaloul cried during the Tunisian national anthem, and his crew wore that emotion and intensity into a bright start before they did was undone by the penalty after six minutes.
He dropped Naim Sliti for Saif-Eddine Khaoui, making Tunisia one of the most dazzling attackers without significantly strengthening the midfield.
The coach could not do anything against the defensive, although his team did not seem to be as organized as they absolutely must be to get something out of this game.
Certainly, Tunisia's uncoordinated approach has a lot to do with its decision to make major changes to the squad before the tournament starts.
Player ratings (1-10, with 10 of the best. Players played after 70 minutes do not yet have a rating):
GK Farouk Ben Mustapha, 6 – Was bold to the point of recklessness, with some of his rushing out of the gate, but can not be blamed too much for Tunisian miserable defensive display. He made an excellent stop late from Michy Batshuayi.
DF Dylan Bronn, 7 – Built on his impressive opening game with an encouraging presentation, Khazris meet excellent ship to go by Thibaut Courtois, but (19659002) DF Syam Ben Youssef, 4 – He was unbeaten and fought against Tunisia's opening game against England and got away with it. He was certainly not here, and was guilty of taking an early punishment after bringing down Eden Hazard – apparently not going anywhere.
Replaced in 41 minutes by injury.
DF Yassine Meriah, 5 – – played his role in a rather dirty defense, although he eliminated Batshuayi's goal-tied attempt within 15 minutes.
DF Ali Maaloul, 4 – A truly disappointing trip for the experienced full-back, and it's hard to remember that he had a worse time in a Tunisia jersey.
There was too much coming through his side, he was carelessly owned and endured a faulty afternoon  MF Ellyes Skhiri, 5 – In midfield ahead of Ghaaylen Chaalali and Mohamed Amine Ben Amor but did not offer enough, committed too many fouls and struggled with Belgian runners.
MF Ferjani Sassi, 5 – Emotional and offered presence, but largely ineffective. He was fully booked after losing his cool after 14 minutes and his finishing was strange. Retired after one hour
MF Anice Badri, 5 – After the break, which followed an anonymous first half, the contest awoke. Courtois tested with a few efforts from the series, but his finishing was largely weak.
MF Saif-Eddine Khaoui, 5 – started in front of Naim Sliti, but despite some moments of fine control, he did not. It does not have the desired effect and was too slow in the transition from midfield to attack. Settop delivery also left much to be desired.
FW Fakhreddine Ben Youssef, 6 – He scored three goalscoring chances for his opponents and was a hot fighter in the air for Tunisia. His use of the ball was mixed.
FW Wahbi Khazri, 7 – This was a much better excursion for Khazri after a flat game against England. He brought problems for Jan Vertonghen in the first half when he was on the right side and could have won an early penalty.
He drove Bronn's assist with an outstanding performance, testing Courtois from a distance and causing problems for Yannick Ferreira Carrasco from fading as the Tunisian game slipped.
His late goal was valuable contribution to a fine display.
DF Hamdi Nagguez, 6 – Came in for the injured Bronn after 24 minutes, and created two scoring chances, but his crossing had a lot to be desired, until his fine support for Khazris's late consolation.
DF Yohan Benalouane, 4 – Introduced for the injured Ben Youssef just before the break and Tunisia had conceded after six minutes. He did not compete with the other defenders against Lukaku's second goal and was surprised by the pace of the Belgian attack.
MF Naim Sliti, 6 – The last half hour was introduced, improving Tunisia's attacking game with bright moves and beautiful footwork.