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Club Brugge just over Lokeren

Club Brugge had Friday night very deep. The Waaslanders came on the seventh day, after a couple of minutes on a lead in the Jan breydel stadium and the path to peace also two times the pole. The home team was in the second half, however, clearly the better. A goal by Wesley was by the VAR is still disapproved after a contact with Deschacht, but Poulain was at the time still equal: 1-1. The turbulent contest full of discussions was ultimately settled with a penalty kick in extra time: 2-1!

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Although, Ivan Leko, players are pre-warned against complacency, he remained himself passively what are bills of exchange was

Remember, that name. Or rather, that first name. Djordje Jovanovic is 19 and was this summer on the point to draw at Club Brugge. But because blue-black him first, wanted to loan to Sporting Lokeren thanked the young Serb for the honor-and he went rather in direct employment with the city of Lokeren, in the battle. Coach Peter Maes gave him his debut in the Jan breydel stadium, and the highly advanced teenager crowned effortlessly to the best man of the first period.

With Brandon Mechele and Krépin Diatta was Club Brugge that best meets the match started. But after a poorly concealed corner stood Jovanovic on the right place for the 0-1 score. The Bruges coach Ivan Leko had, players are warned in advance for ‘a dangerous situation’, shortly after the interlandbreak and for the first Champions League schedule Tuesday against Dortmund. But that Club after only eight minutes in the chalk would stand against the number fourteen of the Jupiler Pro League, dared the Croat, not even in his worst scenario.

Peter Maes had his pawns cleverly prepared. The back gave the defence no space away, and thanks to the ready-looking José Cevallos, the visitors could be smart to break out. After his goal got Jovanovic still three good schietkansen. Two times he found the doelhout.

Club Brugge suggested there, but precious few in front of it. Diatta was on the right side of his lack of matchritme does not clog and have to Tuesday probably back to his place to Dion Cools or Dennis, if the fit hits. But also what about spot’s of Arnaut Danjuma along the left didn’t. Hans Vanaken and Ruud Molder were also not in the match. But mostly it was Club Bruges steraankoop Kaveh Rezaei a dramatic match played. Every control, every pass was poor or without conviction played. The one time that he separated for the goal came, he was there painful past by Olivier Deschacht.

Deschacht makes a strong impression

The former defender of Anderlecht got an entire game, the Bruges public about him, but could with a charged head of the field steps. He loved Rezaei from the contest and led the defense, just as he did in his first match against Beveren had done.

Another luminary at Lokeren was goalkeeper Ortwin The Wolf. The 21-year-old jeugdproduct stood right at the best Bruges chance of the first half – a schietkans for Ruud Shaper that is beautiful in the vein was driven by Mats Rits. The 0-1 position on the peace was not to be exaggerated. José Cevallos struck the pole.

Although, Ivan Leko, players are pre-warned against complacency, he remained himself passively what are bills of exchange concerned. Rezaei was allowed to stay after the rest and only late in the competition came Thibault Vlietinck and Lois Openda. Jelle Vossen was only allowed two minutes before time, his putting in an appearance.

Lokeren came after rest and a healthy aggressive Club would be the contest is always to have drawn. Wesley made the same, but on reference to the VAR-referee Alexander Boucaut was the goal disallowed. That decision was certainly defensible – the Brazilian had a breach made on Olivier Deschacht – but less understandable was that the game for a few minutes interrupted. The fourth referee counted eventually seven extra minutes.

In that final blasted Lois Openda next. Arnaut Danjuma went nose-to-nose with Mickael Tirpan because that time was going to win. The emotions laaiden high, but VAR-referee Boucaut was the highlight deep in injury time reserved. Christof Dierick whistled a penalty for an error of Ari Skulason on Openda, but Boucaut showed him still to the television screen watching. Unlike the goal of Wesley remained Dierick, this time with his decision. Jelle Vossen was behind the ball and keep the Club unbeaten in the lead of the Jupiler Pro League.

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