Belgium trounced Brazil in the second quarterfinal game of the World Cup on Friday, coming away with a 2-1 win.
The flop-filled match was exciting down to the last minute — with both goals from Belgium in the first half, the second half became a nail-biter after Brazil's Renato Augusto scored in the 76th minute. Ultimately, the single goal was not enough, sending the five-time World Cup champions home.
Belgium will move on to the semifinals, along with France, which eliminated Uruguay 2-0 on Friday morning. Now, the two nations will face one another in the first semifinal match on July 10. FiveThirtyEight gives Belgium a 27 percent chance of being the ultimate victor of the Cup, while France leads the pack with a 31 percent chance of winning the glory. The tournament continues on Saturday, with Sweden and England competing for the chance to face the winner of the Russia vs. Croatia match.