Eden Hazard starred but was taken off as a precaution as Belgium flexed their muscles ahead of the World Cup with a 3-0 win over Egypt.
Meanwhile Nigeria and Panama both suffered 1-0 defeats in their final friendlies against Czech Republic and Norway respectively.
Hazard helped create Romelu Lukaku's opening goal in Brussels before netting the second himself as Belgium swept past an Egypt side still without key forward Mohamed Salah, recovering from a shoulder injury suffered playing for Liverpool in the Champions League final.
Salah is hoping to return ahead of Egypt's opening World Cup match on June 15 against Uruguay.
Belgium's talisman Hazard was exposed to rough treatment by Egypt on Wednesday, with Tarek Hamed chopping him down in the first minute through an ugly tackle that earned him a booking.
It did not put off the Chelsea winger, who forced 45-year-old goalkeeper Essam El Hadary to save his strike and Lukaku followed up to convert the rebound in the 26th minute.
Hazard doubled the hosts' lead in the 36th minute after good work by Yannick Carrasco, before being replaced at half-time as a precaution.
"I came off at half-time because I took a knock to my knee, but there's nothing to worry about, it will be better tomorrow," Hazard said.
"If we want to go far in the World Cup, we'll have to be as solid as we were tonight and keep our energy."
Belgium's opening game is against Panama on June 18, with Roberto Martinez's side also facing England and Tunisia in Group G.
In Austria, the Czech Republic's Tomas Kalas sunk Nigeria with a 25th minute winner.
The Super Eagles also lost against England last week ahead of their sixth participation at the World Cup.
Nigeria face former champions Argentina, Croatia and newcomers Iceland in tricky Group D.
"I don't worry about friendly results," said coach Gernot Rohr.
"We are not ready now for the World Cup but we will be ready in 10 days."
The only good news for Nigeria was Leicester midfielder Wilfred Ndidi starting a game for the first time since suffering a hamstring injury in April.
And Bournemouth forward Joshua King struck in the fourth minute as Norway eased past Panama in Oslo.