Belgium qualified for next year’s World Cup with two games to spare when they won 2-1 away to Greece on Sunday.
Romelu Lukaku headed the winner in the 74th minute to give Belgium an unassailable eight-point lead over Bosnia at the top of Group H.
Jan Vertonghen struck the opener for Roberto Martinez’s side on 70 minutes with Zeca levelling a minutes before Lukaku’s winner header.
Belgium are eight points clear of Bosnia-Herzegovina and nine ahead of Greece at the top of Group H with two matches remaining.
They join Brazil, Mexico, Iran, Japan and hosts Russia already through to next year’s finals.