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Jan Breedel spins: Club Brugge achieves the start of his dream in the Champions League against Leverkusen |  UEFA Champions League 2022/2023

Jan Breedel spins: Club Brugge achieves the start of his dream in the Champions League against Leverkusen | UEFA Champions League 2022/2023

  1. 42′ – Goal – Aker Sylla (1-0)
  1. 89′ – Kemal Sowah continued to Edward Sobol
  2. 86′ – Jeremy Frimpong’s follow up to Sardar Azmon
  3. 86′ – Follow Callum Hudson-Odoi by Nadim Amiric
  4. 83′ – Followed by Rafael Onedica, directed by Idir Ballanta
  5. 83′ – Andreas Skov Olsen continued to author Sissy Sandra
  6. 78′ – Yellow – Kamal Souh
  7. 68′ – Yellow – Cream Demerby
  8. 67′ – Mitchell Packer’s follow up to Adam Hlujk
  9. 67′ – Robert Andreich continued to Kerim Demirbay
  10. 64′ – Ferran Gutgla’s follow up to Roman Yarmacuk
  11. 62′ – Yellow – Robert Andrich
  12. 59′ – Yellow – Exequiel Palacios

dream scenario. Club Brugge opened its European campaign with an important home win against Leverkusen. After a header from Abacar Sylla (and thanks to the struggling Leverkusen goalkeeper) the money continued to be paid, but two German goals were disallowed. Next week the club will travel to Porto.

Club Brugge – Leverkusen in a nutshell:

  • Key moment: With 15 minutes left, Bayer Leverkusen makes the net shake twice. First, the VAR and referee saved Club Brugge, after which Patrick Schick was offside. Blue and black come with fear twice.
  • man of the match: “It looks like he played 5 years at Juventus and 5 years at Barcelona. That’s how he plays football.” Our radio operator Tom Bodwell spared no words of praise for Abakar Sylla. The 19-year-old Ivorian not only scored a goal, but was also very mature in defence.
  • noticeable: Tonight, Club Brugge has only had 8 out of 45 at home in their last 15 CL matches. Now the prize is immediately on the first day of the new campaign. The club did not miss its start.

A fatal mistake by goalkeeper Hradecky

According to goalkeeper Mignolet, Club Brugge had to make progress in the Champions League mainly at the defensive level.

Just like scoring 20 goals in the basket last year, the goalkeeper naturally wanted to rule it out. So the start of the match was equal. Regulation prevailed for both teams, and Leverkusen was the injured animal.

This led to a slow pace. Diaby was the man who caused the danger. Once he was close, but Mignolet pushed the shot well towards the post.

Then things went less well for his colleague on the other side. Sila headed a corner kick on goal and Hradiki pushed the ball into his team’s goal. Fatal error from Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper.

The club escapes up to 2 times

Jan Briddle would be the worst. The first 3 points have been raised. Also because Leverkusen’s pressure was futile. Although it was still shaking.

Hudson-Odoi cut a good cross and the leather flew out, too. VAR called referee Peljto to the screen, and Tah was offside with a fingernail. Schick also scored from the post and Mignolet, but the Czech was offside as well.

In the final cut, Mignolet had a great show on his hands so Jan Breydel’s party could start. The head is absent for Brugge in the Champions Ball.

Silla: “Childhood Dream”

  • Brandon Michael: “We are growing as a defence. We try to be as high as possible and make the spaces as small as possible and we succeeded today. We give few chances. We were lucky with this goal that was not allowed. We played a good game and that is more than enough to get 3 points.”
  • the earliest sila: “It is a pleasure to win this victory today. I have no words for it, it is my childhood dream. My first Champions League match and immediately my first goal.”
  • Hans Vanaken: We wanted to start this campaign well. We did it. The first half was very good on our part. We showed the level of CL there. In the second half it was more about staying. We came out very little ourselves and were under pressure.”
  • Casper Nielsen: “I think we have some chances. If we were a bit sharper in the third area, we could create more. Anyway, we had a game plan and I think the first half was very good. I think they were a little surprised in the way we played football, it was difficult.” They have to get out of that pressure, they didn’t know what to do, we still have a lot to learn from the second half but the way we fight and run for each other, that’s the spirit. If you want to get points in these matches.”
  1. End of 10 pm 51. End. It’s a wrap. Club Brugge has already won its first victory in this CL campaign. It was still very exciting in the second half, but the three points remained in Bruges. .
  2. The second half, the 94th minute, the game is over
  3. The second half, the 93rd minute. Mignolet saved. Leverkusen takes a free kick in an interesting place. Hluzik has a good kick in the legs, but Mignolet stands up. Looks like the goalkeeper could add a clean sheet to his palms. & nbsp; .
  4. Second half, 90th minute. 4′ extra. It will shiver for another 4 minutes for blue and black. Will the club achieve this victory? & nbsp; .
  5. The second half, the 89th minute. Substitution in Club Brugge, Eduard Sobol inside, Kamal Al-Sawah exit.
  6. Second half, 88th minute. Tensions continue at Jan Breedel Stadium. Demirbay takes his chance from afar, but his shot misses a lot of direction. Bayer Leverkusen wants to look for that equalizer. & nbsp; .
  7. The second half, the 86th minute. Substitution in Bayer 04 Leverkusen, Sardar Azmon inside, Jeremy Frimpong outside.
  8. Second half, minute 86. Substitution in Bayer 04 Leverkusen, Nadim Amiri inside, Callum Hudson-Odoi outside.
  9. The second half, the 86th minute. “Quickly assemble the earliest sila!” Radioman Tom Bodwell has many words of praise for the Ivorian defender Brugge. He plays an inferno match. & nbsp; .
  10. The second half, the 85th minute. It’s the women and children first … then the 11th of the club. Tom Bodwell on Radio 1.
  11. Second half, 84th minute.
  12. Second half, 83rd minute. Substitutions in Club Brugge, Eder Palanta inside and Rafael Onedica outside.
  13. The second half, the 83rd minute. A substitution in Club Brugge, and the entry of Sandra Cisse, and the exit of Andreas Skov Olsen.
  14. The second half, the 82nd minute. Karl Hofkins throws two new forces. Balanta and Sandra get less than 10 minutes to introduce themselves. & nbsp; .
  15. Second half, 79th minute. Skov Olsen wants to let his left speak. It presses in and then pulls out. The bullet is flying high. & nbsp; .
  16. A yellow card for Kamal Sawah from Club Brugge during the second half, 78th minute
  17. The second half, the 77th minute. Rejected again! The nets vibrate again. Schick takes it out with a kick over the head and through the post and Mignolet hits the net. Fortunately for Club Brugge, the science is sneaky. Everyone is now awake to blue and black. & nbsp; .
  18. Second half, 76th minute.
  19. There is no target by reference. The VAR says Referee Bilgo should go and see for himself as he sees it offside. 1-1 is not a fact after all. . Second half, 75th minute.
  20. The second half, the 71st minute. There is a tie! 1-1 is completely out of the ordinary. Hudson-Odoi puts the skin sharply in front of the goal and it looks like Schick is putting another header against him. But was the Czech striker offside? .
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