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Proximus League: KV Mechelen late points against ten players of Roeselare

KV Mechelen Friday evening the 22nd match day of the Proximus League (1B) can be used with a 2-2 tie against KSV Roeselare, which is more than half an hour with a man less played. After eight matches in the second period is Malinwa provisional leader, but a challenger Beerschot Wilrijk can Saturday a sore store.

KV Mechelen climbed in the AFAS stadium early on lead. Under the approving eye of 12.550 supporters put Igor de Camargo (8.) the leather neatly away: 1-0. For the Brazilian Belgian is already his thirteenth goal of the season. The West-Flemish visitors did not throw in the towel. KV Mechelen came first, and have a good road through a mistake of The Blemish, but Kjetil Borry (34.) lap or rak. With a clever shot distance brought the defender to the 1-1 on the scoreboard. Malinwa had trouble with a stiff Roeselare, but stepped up with a lead to the dressing rooms. Seth White (42.) devoured goalkeeper Biebauw a second time.

After the break, continued to Roeselare are very brave to fend off, to the Guy Dufour his second yellow card received, and so the field was sent. Mechelen was subsequently boss, but wrong skillfully the opportunities to. Especially the missed opportunity of Lukas Bijker, who are only Biebauw off if you broke the home team acid. A few minutes later headed home the only sunken Thibaut Van Acker (86.) the second half against the nets. A Mechels final assault did not hit more. Schoofs came the closest, but his shot was of the line turned.

A week before the crucial winner on a visit to Beerschot Wilrijk runs KV Mechelen against loss of points. Malinwa with 18 points from eight duels or leader in the second period, but Saturday being overtaken by the Rats (17 pts). Who take the at 20h30 in his own home against Westerlo. Roeselare is 8 points, fifth in the second period.

Saturday open red lantern Tubize at 17: 00 the debates against SK Lommel. A day later the close Union and OH Leuven in the weekend in the Brussels parc duden.

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