Jupiler Pro LeagueThe match between the oldest (63) coach and the youngest (30) coach in the Jupiler Pro League ended in a draw. Charleroi took the lead twice. Hawthorn first, then Nicholson. Jill Vossen responded twice. Fair, the tie between Frankie Dory’s men and Edward Steel’s men? No. This match was won by two winners.
For the home team, Dion De Neve set out for the first time to replace the injured Dombe. De Neve is 20 years old and was an excellent replacement for STVV this past weekend. Now it was less.
Edward Still made three changes, partly out of necessity. Van Clemente and Golizade – not fully fit – started off the bench. They were replaced by Tchatchoua and Gillet. Even more striking was the first appearance of Martin Wasinski in central defense as a substitute for the injured Andreu. Wasinski is only 17 years old and his body language betrayed the tension. You can charge less with Janu and Vossen near you. Experience the rookie versus the suit. Overall, it wasn’t that bad for young Carulo. Led by Dessoleil and good help from Kayembe and especially Morioka, he pulled his string and pushed it several times.
Charleroi took the best start. Nicholson and Chachoa threatened, Anas al-Zarouri hit the crossbar after a smooth motion through Gillette, Chachoa – who has some serious acceleration in his legs – and Nicholson. As for the hawthorn, it was only postponed. A few minutes later, Sormo gave him a very short back pass. The former youngster at Sault Wargem reacted quickly and put the ball past Posten against the net twice. A logical progression for the team that showed itself to be more creative and faster with the ball.
However, Issei reached the end of the first half with a draw. Wiggen – according to insiders, the best incoming transfer of the summer – went after a beautiful deep ball from Hubert and Vossen veered into Dane’s cross for first place.
After the break, Essevee showed more initiative. The audience appreciates. Coffee and Co. were pressed, but the target fell on the other side. Morioka with the pass and Nicholson at the end. So you see that good intentions do not guarantee a reward.
So the home team is in pursuit for the second time and the visitors are looking for the knockout. This resulted in a beautiful second run from gaudy to clumsy loss of the ball, primarily with the Charleroi rectangle as the backdrop. After a few times before Isefi, Vossen tied for the second time with his second from the afternoon.
Then again Charleroi. With five against three on the counter. Played poorly and missed opportunity. Meanwhile, Jano scored a goal, but his goal was canceled by referee Lambrechts due to Berahino’s former offside.
It often happens that both teams settle for a tie in the end. Not in Zulte Waregem – Charleroi, a race without a winner … except for the audience.
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