Birchott has yet to secure a place in the qualifiers on the penultimate day of the match. I got rid of progress in the past ten minutes. Thanks to Bataille’s winning goal, KV Oostende still has an arithmetic opportunity in the top four.
Beerschot – KV Oostende in short:
- Key moment: The visitors looked desperate until their kvassina scored 1-1 through the smallest hole. KVO was revived and immediately ascended over Birchoot.
- Man of the Match: Andrew Hjulsager scored his tenth assist this season and there could have been more. In this classification, he just has to indulge Mercer and Holzhauser for himself.
- Special: Birchott gave up the win in the hatch, making it still from August 2004 he won at home from Ostend at the highest level. Since then he has lost twice at PO2 and again tonight.
Van den Bergh and Brogno find the hole
Anderlecht’s victory over Club means KV Oostende had to win the last two matches if he still wanted to participate in PO1. For the first mission, she went to Beerschot, who wasn’t even sure what the PO2 was.
As is so often the case this season, visitors have grabbed their opponent by the throat since the start of the whistle. Birchott saw the stars, but was lucky that the Hagolsagger’s pistol was not properly adjusted. Vanamel saw the Dane’s shots fly everywhere except for his cage.
The home side had to wait for Ostend’s pressure weakening and that came when Tiat had to come out to intercept the ball. Van den Berg made use of an impressive cross pass to Brogno who did not hesitate and took Hubert. The visitors kept pushing, but there was no deviation from Kvasina before the halftime break.
Birchot gives it completely in the final stage
After coffee, things didn’t improve for visitors at first. KV Oostende had possession of the ball, but that didn’t result in ready chances to score. Borden, on the other hand, came close to a 2-0 draw, and there was much doubt in his header to decide on goal.
And it became painfully clear moments later that the visitors couldn’t sign up without Scala and Jay. Another good pass from the tireless Hjulsager that was kicked off Vanhamel’s goal by the incoming Kvasina. Holzhauser managed to score, but his easy touches only came because Buckali left due to offside and there was also a video assistant referee in the moth.
However, the 2-0 rejection seemed to have taken its toll, because suddenly it all worked out for KVO. D’Arpino just missed an Olympic goal, but when Birchott did not get a subsequent corner kick, Kvassina aimed the equalizer.
Three minutes later, Ostend’s party was completed when Bataille managed to hit Hjulsager’s cross into the net for free. Ultimately, Vanamel had to avoid the third goal in his own net with a superb double coincidence, but KVO’s victory was no longer in danger.
Counting play-off matches
Thanks to this hard-fought victory, the Coastal Team has yet to be counted for PO1. So she has to beat Circle next week and that also depends on the results of Anderlecht and Antwerp, who should also play against Muscron on Monday. Worst case scenario, KVO remained fifth and is still guaranteed to be PO2.
Birchott, in turn, is not sure about his participation in the Europa League match, but he has the best suitable starting position. A draw against Standard, who in turn, cannot bet on pulling a salon, will be full for the win. This will be the final match day for us to look forward to.
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