Early goal, lots of chances, high intensity and finally Berschot who won 2-0. This is thanks to the new “Iron Mike” and specifically Mike Vanamel.
Racing Genk fans have provided much needed fireworks for the fans. The answer was from Berchot lovers Fun banner addressed to Helmut Lottie.
Beerschot had a dream start because the match didn’t start until after 5 minutes and the home team had already taken the lead. Poor defense at Racing Genk and Lawrence Shankland was the one who seized the opportunity. For example, the Scotsman achieved his second goal in paid employment at Biershot.
Racing Genk reacted quickly. The visitors controlled the ball and had chances through Thorstvedt, Ito and Onuachu but the equaliser did not come. Birchot reacted to a number of pokes, but was unable to increase his progress. Beerschot went into the first half with a 1-0 lead, thanks in part to strong goalkeeper Mike Vanamel.
the other half
At the start of the second half, Racing Genk continued to stay stronger. Beerchot was able to keep 0 thanks to strongman Mike Vanamel. First, he saved Onuachu’s head with a cat jump. In iteration, he had to salvage the furniture in a shot of Paintsil.
Racing Genk took the lead but failed to score. Beerchot was playing well and tried to respond. Vaca hit the post and Racing Genk’s fate was almost sealed. Javier Torrente, Beerchot’s coach, got angry after a foul did not blow his whistles and received a yellow card under his nose. He continued arguing with referee Bokot and the result was a red card. Beerschot had to go for another 20 minutes without their coach on the bench.
In the 76th minute there was an almost equalizing goal. Onuachu with a good shot, but again Vanhamel got in the way.
At the end of the game Caiceido brought certainty. A quick penetration and putting the midfielder 2-0 on the board with the certainty of winning. The carnival can begin on Kiel!
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