World Cup 2014: Lukaku and Hazard on target in Belgium win
Last updated on .From the section 2014 Fifa World Cup
Chelsea's Romelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard scored as Belgium beat Sweden 2-0 in a World Cup warm-up game in Stockholm.
Lukaku, who scored 16 goals on loan at Everton this season, netted the opener in the 34th minute after being set up by Axel Witsel.
Hazard doubled the lead in the 78th minute following a superb run and one-two with Kevin De Bruyne.
Sweden, without the injured Zlatan Ibrahimovic, came closest through Jimmy Durmaz, who hit the bar.
Belgium face Russia, South Korea and Algeria in Group H.
They face Tunisia on 7 June in their final warm-up game before opening the tournament against Algeria on 17 June.
Sweden failed to qualify for the World Cup after losing to Portugal in a play-off.