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Charleroi takes advantage of Antwerp goalkeeper Botiz's wrong assessment and keeps a point at home: 1-1 |  Jupiler Pro League

Charleroi takes advantage of Antwerp goalkeeper Botiz’s wrong assessment and keeps a point at home: 1-1 | Jupiler Pro League

Jupiler Pro LeagueWhen two dogs fight over a bone… sometimes they both have a piece. Charleroi and Antwerp turned it into a fun game, with both having a chance of full looting – Bedia hit the post in injury time, but in the end left each one behind by one point.




public. The audience, guys. Tasty! Mamburg thundered as usual. The spy’s head sang behind the target and jumped up saying it was a joy. There was no moment of silence. It obviously took some getting used to, especially for the visitors. Charleroi obviously played with 12 and was a coach in their house, but he remained very nice to the visitors. Dogs that bark don’t bite, well, Charleroi was a four-legged roaring friend. Occasional threats – like Nicholson’s header knocking Botiz off his line – but that was it. Antwerp only had to shout loudly once and take the ball away, or the chatterer in his basket at no time jumped, tail between his legs. Al-Hassan Youssef put the ball in front sharply, and Victor Fischer outperformed his direct opponent in the first area, goalkeeper Kofi. This is how the Dane opened his account with the great old man.

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Fry out

Charleroi once grumbled, but was not upset. After a handball by Gerkens on the edge of a sixteen – admittedly a shot put – Morioka rolls the ball towards the far post. Botties just stepped in. Only during the first half did Antwerp suffer a heart attack. Don’t look for Michael Fry among the scorers, the Golden Bull – who is still good at scoring five goals in Schlesen – hit the dressing room during the first half. Alternative as a precaution, so as not to take unnecessary risks in light of Thursday? Or is there more? wait. He was replaced by Johannes Eggstein, the 23-year-old striker who snatched Antwerp away from Werder Bremen. Eggestein scored a superb goal with Austrian LASK Linz last season, which he hired from the Germans. For example, he scored in the European League, against Antwerp, in Boswell. However, scoring tonight was never an option.

Meanwhile, Charleroi continued to claim the ball. Jean Potitz – a true animal lover, he has a beautiful golden retriever at home – he felt pity, very close to the basket of our black and white friend, who slammed mercilessly. A gift from the Antwerp goalkeeper, of course, who did not get a good cross. Al-Zarouri was more than happy to take advantage of this opportunity. Antwerp claimed another mistake by Nicholson, but the game management – rightly as far as we are concerned – had nothing to know about it. By the way, the score was 1-1 behind.

Charleroi player Anas Al-Zarouri celebrates after scoring a goal during a football match between Sporting Charleroi and Royal Antwerp, on Friday, August 13, 2021 in Charleroi, on the fourth day of the Belgian Champions League 2021-2022.  BELGA Photo Virgin Levor

Charleroi player Anas Al-Zarouri celebrates after scoring a goal during a football match between Sporting Charleroi and Royal Antwerp, on Friday, August 13, 2021 in Charleroi, on the fourth day of the Belgian Champions League 2021-2022. BELGA Photo Virgin Levor © BELGA

Twenty minutes before the time, another forced substitution was made in Antwerp. Fischer – who will not be there against Nicosia on Thursday because he has already been active in Europe with Copenhagen this season – has had to side with. Where: Olympian Koji Miyoshi.

Both teams played with the ball quite a bit, and Jerkins (off foot on Kofi) and Bedia (in injury time inside the post) were still so close and close that a goal could no longer be scored. 1-1, half leg each, point each.

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