Serbia and Belgium both improved to 2-0 in Group B action on Saturday.
Belgium survived a late comeback from Hungary to clinch a 76-68 victory on the second day of the U20 European Championship for Women.
Having led 55-39 midway through the second quarter, Belgium were made to sweat with their opponents tying the game 67-67 with five minutes left to play.
Belgium then stepped up their defense and went on a 9-1 run to clinch their second straight victory.
|Kata Fürtös scored 22 for Hungary.|
Sara Leemans led the Belgians in scoring with 17 points while Kata Furtos had a game-high 22 points in defeat.
Meanwhile, Serbia stormed to a convincing 82-57 triumph over Belarus.
Jovana Rad poured in 19 points while also corralling seven rebounds for the Serbs.
The Spartak forward forward was 9-of-10 (90%) from the floor.
Serbia took a 42-26 halftime lead and Belarus' failure to score over the next five minutes saw Serbia extend their lead to 56-26.
Five players tallied double-digit scoring for Serbia.
Winless Belarus had a poor shooting afternoon as they were 15-of-45 (33.3%) from inside the arc while their opponents were 26-of-45 (57.7%).