2014 World Cup: Dries Mertens' Goal For Belgium Seals 2-1 Comeback Against Algeria


Belgium went behind 1-0 to Algeria in the first half on a Jan Vertonghen penalty. But the War Pig had a few tricks up his sleeve in the second. Substitute Marouane Fellaini and his big hair equalized on a header in the 70th minute, delighting casual World Cup soccer Twitter. A fellow substitute, Dries Martens, provided the winner in the 80th.

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