Beerschot has successfully completed the move to Roeselare. She defeated the NXT Juniors, 1-2. Ex-club player Thibaut Payten scored exactly two goals for Kelsey Ratten. Biershot is currently in the lead in the Challenger Pro League due to the win.
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Andreas Wieland chose three new primary pawns in The Nest van Roeselare. The most notable absentee was Mike Vanhamel. According to the club, the first permanent goalkeeper lost due to transfer issues. So young Bill Lathors was allowed to make his debut with Bearchot. Welland also changed his system after the 2-3 loss to Liers K. Ibrahim Al-Hassan has found a place between Luca Meisel and Herve Matisse in the center of the defence. On the left, Marco Weymans was preferred over Mardo Nzeta. This approach has paid off. Beerchot kept everything locked in the back before the break and came out a couple of times brilliantly. Ramiro Vaca and Tibo Payten had small chances, and the NXT youth club were unable to recruit Lathwers before the break. Five minutes before the break, Payetin nodded with an excellent cross from Leo Seydoux through the NXT defender past goalkeeper Senne Lammens. Good for Payten because two years ago he made his professional football debut at… Club NXT.
Missing the moment of the penalty kick
Right after the break, Club NXT created a first chance. Lennart Mertens inexplicably missed the blanket of aging. A few minutes later, Noah Mbamba swung between three beershot players, used by captain Ryan Sanusi: a penalty kick for NXT. But Captain Arne Engels aimed eleven meters on the outside of the point. So it stayed 0-1. The missed penalty turned out to be a turning point in the match. On the clock, Berchot managed to threaten for the first time after the break. Senussi tried twice from a distance, but to no avail. Meanwhile, Welland had already replaced the volatile Vaca with Elias Spauy. Barely a few minutes later, El Sebaoui was served by teammate Payten, who gave his team a double lead. The latest iteration showed that Baeten was almost a hacker at that point. This time around, Beerschot may be glad there is no VAR in the Challenger Pro League.
The match seemed to be over, until fifteen minutes before the end, Al-Hassan Al-Amni started to falter. Engels wound him and tested Lathors fists, and Daniel Perez scored in the rebound. But this was just one last spasm of club promises. Five minutes before the end, Perez also received a direct red card for his (light) kick on Andy Koshy. Meanwhile, Berchot had thrown in Frederic France to shut everything down at the back and played the match with ease. With 7 out of 12, he climbs to the position of interim leader in the Challenger Pro League.