The derby Standard-STVV was a real rollercoaster. The Rouches seemed after a strong openingskwartier, however, won the game, but a blunder of Guillermo Ochoa and a goal from Yohan Boli seemed to STVV on a path to a stunt. In the end, a resilient Standard, in the last ten minutes still on and on.
By the debacle around the suspensions in the Jupiler Pro League if Mehdi Carcela still be in the team start at Standard. He replaced Samuel Bastien to the bank, while Gojko Cimirot on the society, the preference was given to Functions Agbo. Orlando Sa was not in the front, Michel Preud’homme chose Renaud Emond. At STVV changed coach Marc Brys, his team in one of two places: The Carter and Buya disappeared from the team for Teixeira and Boli.
Standard started very strong at the party and took STVV straight to the throat. Carcela ran just between a few Truienaars by, afgeblokte shot came with a bit of luck in the course of right back Collins Fai and that surprised goalkeeper Kenny Steppe from a sharp corner: 1-0. The Rouches pushed through and the People saw all the colors of the rainbow. Steppe was a bang from Paul-José Mpoku just against the post to push in the rebound scored Emond but the goal was disallowed for offside.
Ochoa throws own diamonds in
The Canaries came out of nowhere, however, is at the same height. Standard goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa kicked the ball simply into the feet of Truienaar Roman Bezus and the Oekraïner kicked the ball from about 25 metres in one time. Right in the empty goal. Standard collapsed by the 1-1 and was later even lucky that Boli STVV does not lead put. First slipped the offside trap on the way to the Liege goal, then he was on a cross before the ball was Christian Luyindama. Fortunately for the Rouches was Ochoa now well in the lesson.
It was to wait until the second half before Standard the STVV still really difficult to make. Steppe went under a high ball, Carcela reacted the fastest but the pole kept him from a new Liege’s lead. The goal fell despite the Liège pressure on the other side: Elton Acolatse, last summer acquired of Club Brugge, brought out the dead ball line and provided Boli with a low cross 1-2. The Dutchman was barely a minute earlier on the field come.
Standard means three points at home thanks to dol final assault
STVV looked like his first victory of the season to be heading, but that was outside Luyindama counted. The Congolese defender had spent the entire match enterprising shown and towered over everyone on a cross from Razvan Marin. His header flew more than 70 km/h through the pole in goal. A nerve-wracking final assault followed, in which Emond deep in the injury time Standard still the victory gave after the ball very, very happy for his feet, it was gecaprioleerd.
The victory pulls Standard on to the second place. STVV will be left with a four to fifteen.