The day after the spacious 0-8 victory on a visit to Racing Gent saw the Buffalo’s Saturday afternoon eersteprovincialer Did that for rest easily stand could hold against a dozy acting AA Gent that do already have a training in the legs had. It was even the home team to win by Samimi on ahead and climbed up. On the stroke of rest, however, there was at the end of Kubo that his fourth hit of the preparation today.
After the break, it was a brave Did – that hardly substitutes on the bench, had to sit – just to keep pace, but when Neto the ball tight for the purpose, and goaltjesdief David in the right place appeared had the local goalkeeper a second time won. Gent pushed now by and when the home team were more players with cramps.
Gent was now clear more space and also adorned are still a lot of possibilities. David decided further along but benefited be optimal from a mistake in the local defence for his second goal of the evening to draw. Also all of his third hit, in this still early oefencampagne of the Buffalo.
AA Gent (for rest): Thoelen, Foket, moving ceiling, Rosted, Asare, Of The Wheel Novinchanova, Verstraete, Kubo, Mostafa, Sylla and Dompé
AA Gent (after rest): Swolfs, Lloci, Plastun, De Smet, Davidzada, Raskin, Neto, Andrijasevic, Limbombe, David and Koita
34’ Samimi 1-0
44’ Kubo 1-1
66’ David 1-2
82’ David 1-3
Waasland-Beveren only after peace beyond Vrasene
Waasland-Beveren started his preparation with a match against tweedeprovincialer KFC Vrasene. It was also the first under the leadership of coach Yannick Ferrera. The present supporters saw no less than nine (!) newcomers to the work: Salquist, Gamboa, Lulic, Vukutic, Massop, Keita, Jubitana, Heymans and Ndao. But also two testers: Abdullah (goalkeeper) and Hatem (left). Vrasene loved Waasland-Beveren in the first half in control. After the break, brought Ferrera eleven new names between the lines. Heymans opened the score with a hard bang. A moment later, doubled Sadiku the lead after a nice individual action. Ten minutes before time, made Heymans his second of the evening. Ndao put on the dot the 0-4 final score on the board. (whb)
Waasland-Beveren (for rest): Aft, Hatem, Salquist, Gamboa, Foulon, Van Damme, Verstraete, Orye, Vanzo, Lulic, Ndiaye
Waasland-Beveren (after rest): Abdullah, Schryvers, Caufriez, Vukotic, Massop, Keita, Jubitana, Ponnet, Heymans, Sadiku, Ndao
Goals: 54’ Heymans, 58’ Sadiku, 82’ Heymans, 87’ Ndao (penalty kick)