All Hail the King: Lukaku makes history after back to back brace at the world cup.

Germany's Holger Badstuber (R) and Belgium's Romelu Lukaku (L) vie for the ball during UEFA Euro 2012 qualifier Belgium vs Germany at King Baudoin stadium in Brussels, Germany, 03 September 2010. Photo: Achim Scheidemann

Belgium Pride, Romelu Lukaku has made some goalscoring history for himself after emphatic win for Belgium in Saturday’s World Cup clash with Tunisia.

The striker now has more goals than any other Belgian at a World Cup, having netted four goals in two games so far.

The Manchester United Striker has also scored more goals (seven) than any other Belgium international over World Cups and European Championships combined.

Lukaku is also the first player since Argentina great Diego Maradona in 1986 to score two goals or more in consecutive World Cup matches.