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a.  Gent gives up the lead against STVV and sees Tisudale withdraw: Tarek's injury looks serious |  sports

a. Gent gives up the lead against STVV and sees Tisudale withdraw: Tarek’s injury looks serious | sports

Jupiler Pro LeagueThrow two points in the trash, that’s what it’s called. Just like last weekend, AA Gent gave up his final stage lead against STVV. His strong holder, Tariq Tsodli, was injured and left the field on crutches.

There was a moment of silence at Glamco Arena. Tariq Tissoudali, who is looking for a better transfer or contract with AA Gent, made a wrong move with his right knee about half an hour ago. He complained of pain and lay there. “You wouldn’t, would you?” The Morocco international appeared to have survived unscathed – he was back on the field himself – but eventually had to leave. He went straight to the locker room. Who reserve? Wait and see the damage. Tsudale left the field on crutches anyway. There will be a survey tomorrow.

The dominant AA Gent was already 1-0 up. Hugo Kuipers scored the first goal after capturing Combs, who beat Bruls. Hugoal Ghent was born here. On the other hand, Bruhls was replaced by Hollerbach after fifteen minutes. He wasn’t thinking about it – his grandfather had just passed away.


Buffalo was the better team. Kums as a rotating device, with Owusu as a bulwark of defense. STVV’s defense was full of Kuipers. Ghelamco, who weren’t quite full in their first home game of the season, enjoyed it. Castro Montes Schmidt hit. Lemajic headed over the crossbar after a brilliant cross from Okumu – too bad for the Serb.

As good the first half was, there was a bit of momentum in AA Gent in the second. control, yes. But the buffalo lost the match. STVV had no problems and threatened. Quetta and Hayashi faced Rove. AA Gent flirted with a tie… and cashed him, too. Rove blatantly passed under a corner kick from Van Dissel and Hayashi’s header at 1-1. A painful moment for the goalkeeper.

AA Gent once again gave up the lead, just like last weekend against Standard. He remains with 2 of 6. Not the start of the league they were hoping for.

Vanheisbroek: “Tarek’s injury looks serious”

Hein Vanhaezebrouck also saw how AA Gent showed two faces. “The first half was good, I can say a lot about the second. It was hard to stay upright. We didn’t donate too much, but we created too little of ourselves. When you put in such a performance, you deserve nothing more than a draw. An explanation for our second half? Tissoudali’s loss – you can’t miss it. Things went very slowly, we didn’t have a reference point. We missed players of Tsoudali level. Now we hope we don’t lose too many guys. Combs left the field in pain, but Tariq is a more serious case. Hopefully the damage isn’t too bad. – That’s all I can say for now.”

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