Ryan Fraser could not prevent Steve Clarke from suffering his first defeat as Scotland boss.

The Cherries winger started the Euro 2020 qualifier in Belgium on the bench, but was introduced in place of Southampton's Stuart Armstrong with just 32 minutes on the clock.

While the game was still goalless at that point, Belgium, who are ranked number one in the world, took the lead just before the break through Man Utd striker Romelu Lukaku.

Lukaku doubled the tally 12 minutes after the restart before Man City star Kevin De Bruyne sealed the 3-0 win in stoppage time.

After four matches, Scotland sit fourth in Group I, three points behind the qualification spots.

Meanwhile, David Brooks started for Wales in their Group E showdown against Hungary.

Brooks, who scored as a substitute in the weekend defeat against Croatia, was recalled to the starting XI by Ryan Giggs and played a key role in carving out Wales' best chance of the contest.

The Cherries man threaded a ball through to Tom Lawrence, who teed up Gareth Bale only for the Wales superstar to fluff his lines.

And that miss proved costly. The deadlock had yet to be broken before Brooks, who has been nursing an ankle injury, was withdrawn on 73 minutes but Hungary grabbed a 1-0 win thanks to a late Mate Patkai strike.

Chris Mepham was an unused substitute. The centre-back started in Osijek on Saturday, but Ashley Williams was preferred for the game in Budapest.

Wales sit fourth in their group with three points from three games.