Romelu Lukaku just scored the goal that takes Belgium to next year's World Cup in Russia. His strike -- a beautifully angled header into the far corner, from a right-wing cross -- was the most newsworthy thing about his performance in a 2-1 win over Greece, but arguably not the most impressive. Playing away from home, Lukaku was every bit the target man that Manchester United wish him to be. Frequently criticised for his lack of movement and the poor quality of his first touch, he roamed from flank to flank, and when the ball found its way to his feet he mostly retained possession with calm and confidence. What's more, he often did so when accompanied by more than one defender, and his passing was not conservative -- he looked to spread the play and to execute the early through-ball where possible. All in all, it was an accomplished showing, and one which further confirmed that he has been a sound investment for United.