Belgium scored 2 late lucky goal versus Japan in the last minute.
Nacer Chadli seals dramatic comeback win.
It is well set for the grand day action as Belgium will face Brazil in World Cup quarter-finals on Friday evening.
After a goalless first half, Japan struck twice in seven minutes following the interval to take full control of this last-16 tie in Rostov-on-Don on Monday.
Genki Haraguchi and Takashi Inui scored stunners as Japan looked set to reach the first World Cup quarter-final in their history.
Jan Vertonghen’s looping header in the 69th minute gave Belgium some hope before substitute Marouane Fellaini’s trademark fluke goal in the 74th minute from Eden Hazard’s cross brought the scores level.
But it was the Nacer Chadli’s 94th-minute winner completed a sensational comeback as Belgium beat Japan 3-2 to book a World Cup quarter-final against Brazil.
Belgium became the first team to come from two goals down to win in a World Cup knockout game since 1970 and will now face five-time winners Brazil on Friday evening.