Scotland moved up to second in their European Under-21 Championship group with a superb win away to Belgium.
Adam Devine lifted a cross on to the head of Jeremiah Mullen for Scotland's opener in Roeselare.
Cieran Slicker made an excellent save to keep the visitors in front after a corner was deflected towards his goal.
And Scot Gemmill's side doubled their lead after Connor Barron capitalised on a mistake to find Ben Doak, who set up Lyall Cameron to finish.
The hosts pressed hard in the second half with Slicker tipping over a Mario Stroeykens header, Romeo Vermant volleying over from close range and Youssuf Sylla nodding an effort against the crossbar.
But Scotland held firm to go above Belgium on goal difference. The Scots visit Hungary on Tuesday, when Belgium host leaders Spain.