Belgium's David Goffin produced another brilliant performance to beat France's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 7-6 6-3 6-2 and take the Davis Cup final into a deciding rubber.
The world number seven, fresh from finishing as the runner-up at the ATP World Tour finals in London, clinched a convincing victory in two hours and 44 minutes.
Tsonga, who was off colour for most of the match, at least managed to take the opening set into a tie-break, before losing it 7-5.
Goffin powered home thereafter, conceding just five games as he sealed victory to take the final in Lille into a fifth and deciding rubber.
The stage has now been set for France's Lucas Pouille and Belgium's Steve Darcis, both of whom lost their opening matches on day one.
Belgium's David Goffin celebrates in the Davis Cup finalGetty Images