Laurent Ciman came off the bench to score the winner as Belgium fought back to beat Norway 3-2 in their final pre-Euro 2016 friendly on Sunday.
Romelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard had earlier netted for the home side in Brussels either side of goals for Norway from Joshua King and Veton Berisha.
The result allowed Marc Wilmots' side to complete a largely positive build-up to the tournament on the field, following a 2-1 victory in Switzerland and a 1-1 draw at home to Finland, and they face Italy in their opening match in Lyon on June 13.
Meanwhile, Czech Republic suffered a 2-1 defeat by South Korea in Prague in their final test before Euro 2016, playing the last half-hour with 10 men.
The Czechs fell behind 25 minutes into the first half when goalkeeper Petr Cech failed to clear Yoon Bit-garam's shot from a free-kick into the top-right corner.
Tomas Rosicky then lost the ball in his own half, inspiring a quick break and a goal by striker Suk Hyun-jun, who blasted in a shot from close range to give South Korea a two-goal lead five minutes before the break.
The home side enjoyed a better start to the second half, and Marek Suchy found the net via a deflection just after the interval.
But the Czech revival was stemmed an hour into the game when defender Theodor Gebre Selassie hit an opposing player in a mid-air clash, earning a second booking and a red card. Czech Republic open their Euro 2016 campaign against Spain in Toulouse on June 13.
Serbia held Russia to a 1-1 draw in the latter's final friendly before their first Group B game against England on June 11 in Marseille.
Artem Dzyuba scored in the 85th minute at the Stade Louis II in Monaco, only for Alexander Mitrovic to equalise three minutes later.
An early goal from striker Burak Yilmaz gave Turkey a 1-0 victory away to Slovenia, boosting morale in their final warm-up game before they face Croatia in their opening Euro 2016 match at the Parc des Princes on June 12.
Yilmaz found the net with a powerful header in the fifth minute, running on to a free kick from Hakan Calhanoglu, who last week scored Turkey's first-ever goal against England.