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A double substitution helped Belgium come from a goal down as they beat England's Under-21s in Mons. Jens Naessens and Omar El Kaddouri netted crucial strikes to consign Stuart Pearce's Group 8 leaders to their first defeat of the season and keep alive their own hopes of reaching the Euro 2013 play-offs. The Three Lions still sit top of the group as they bring their 2011 fixture calendar to a close, but the win for Franck Dury's side sees them leapfrog Norway into second place and close the gap on England to four points. And it all started so well for the visitors when Liverpool's Martin Kelly, scorer of the second of five against Iceland on Thursday night, got the opener on 14 minutes, heading in off the post. Belgium's late show, though, keeps England in touch with the other teams in the table. England had dominated the possession early on but the first opportunity was for the home side when Brugge forward Thomas Meunier collected a pass in the right side of the Three Lions' box and, beating Craig Dawson, slid a ball across the six yard box. Ziguy Badibanga was looking to get on the end of it, but Adam Smith was on hand to turn away for a corner. Marvin Sordell's back header from Jordan Henderson's corner was as close as England came in the first ten minutes, but Koen Casteels always knew it would drop over the bar. However, he could do nothing about Kelly's header just before the quarter-hour mark. MK Dons defender Smith attacked on the right flank but was chopped down ...