Belgium sent a message to Wales ahead of their crucial Euro 2016 qualifier with a 4-3 friendly victory over tournament hosts France in Paris.
Marouane Fellaini scored twice as Belgium delivered a reminder of their quality in a game which had plenty of incidents.
The Manchester United midfielder gave Belgium the lead with a simple finish from just outside the six-yard box as they dominated proceedings in the first half.
His 42nd-minute header doubled the advantage and Belgium added a third goal after half time thanks to a fine long range effort from Radja Nainggolan.
France’s Mathieu Valbuena pulled one back from the penalty spot to reduce the deficit, but Chelsea star and Premier League player of the year Eden Hazard scored a penalty at the other end moments later to give Belgium a 4-1 lead.
Nabil Fekir and Dimitri Payet restored some credibility to the scoreline, but it was a well deserved victory from a very impressive looking Belgium side.