KV Mechelen has its first game of 2019-winning closed. The clash against Union Saint-Gilloise turned again in a battle with the yellow-red as the winner with 1-2. An important result in the battle for the second periodetitel.
The sunny Oliva to the swampy Forest. A modification that Malinwa not seemed to bother it. After only 4 minutes hung the 0-1 already against the ropes. A whistle in the stands caused a doubt in the Brussels rearward. De Camargo took advantage and headed home, on assist from Kaya his thirteenth seizoenstreffer in goal.
The gap between the two teams was now virtual 8 points, and so had Union come. The thuisfans jumped the incorrect law when Ferber flies next lap. Short out if they were still cheering when Selemani, a handsome spot perfectly graduated.
No penalty kick for the Union
Blue, yellow, and grew in the match. On the half hour took Verrips Mehlem down on the edge of the sixteen. ‘Rouge’ shouted the people in the duden park. Penalty + exclusion was managed, but the referee Verboomen rebuked the Dutch goalie with only a yellow.
With peace in sight put KV his nose to the window. A cross/shot from Storm landed on the marble of The Camargo. Also Kaya-operated with a brilliant inspiration to the Brazilian Belgian, close up on Saussez decided
The tension was palpable in the Joseph Marienstadion, because there was a lot on the game. Saussez pushed early in the second period, a shot from Engvall over the crossbar. On the other side popped Ferber on Director.
Again, The Camargo
On the hour considered Storm its moment has come. The winger sent a majestic cross – with the left – direction De Camargo, who for the third match in a row, two times scored.
Union had already asked his final offensive bets, but had the luck not on his side. Tabekou was falsely arrested in the sixteen. The referee blew the attack wrongly, for offside. The frustration grew when the people of Brussels. Perdichizzi got red. A strict decision of Verboomen.
The 2-2-equalizer followed anymore, so that KV Mechelen Union on 8 points. The red cross remain in the lead besides Beerschot Wilrijk, that Saturday won in Roeselare.