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Charleroi also loses the last game of the season, ending …

Charleroi also loses the last game of the season, ending …

Charleroi also failed to win his last game this season. They lost to Eupen 2-3, although the home team missed a large number of chances after the break. After the fans took control of the stadium, the match – possibly Belhassen’s last as coach – began half an hour later.

Half an hour later than planned, but in the end it was possible to play football a few hours before the match after the field invasion of Charleroi fans in Hamburg.

And in the last game of the season for both teams, Karim Belhassine Benshaib chose instead of Gilizadeh. Nicolas Benito was also allowed to start the match, possibly the last of his career with the 40-year-old goalkeeper. At Eupen the Robin Himmelmann goalkeeper was at the base for the first time in the competition.

For Charleroi coach Bill Hussain, this may have been his last game as a home coach – and it seems unlikely that he will be allowed to stay after such a poor round – and his team has started at its best. Eupen scored by Amat, but this goal was rejected for offside.

Not a hoax

Then the home side began to falter: Benito’s bad relief went unpunished, but when Gillette lost the ball in a clumsy way, Musuna collided with Kepper’s striking hand after a good dribble. Van Drich put the ball on the spot, and Prevljac scored two goals. Charleroi was unable to respond, and Priviljac made it 0-2 on a counterattack with the 15th of the season. The home team now responded and Gülizadeh struck the ball. Just before halftime, Eupen was again: Priviljac kicked after a corner kick and the ball went through Kipré’s leg. Not a hat-trick for the Bosnian striker, but 1-3.

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At the end of the first half, Belhussen intervened and brought Teodorshik to the unappealing Nicholson. The pole even managed to catch yellow ten seconds after an air duel. The home team created some chances through Teodorchik, Golizadeh, Benchayeb and Bruno, but the ball did not go in, resulting in Belhassen not being understood as he shouted loudly.

Charleroi remained missing, and now Teodorczyk was able to kick the goalkeeper when he was alone and had a lot of space. Become a model somewhat of Carrollo’s poor season. In the end, Karolos still gets what he deserves: Ilaimaharitra succeeds in hitting the connection goal from the point, but the final final attack does not yield any more points.