The company that had to deliver the VAR lost the fact that the match between Genk and Anderlecht was on the program.
The truck was sent to Genk in a hurry, but it was too late to operate at 8.45pm.
Did this farce affect the party, did some journalists want to get to know the coaches after 1-1? Vincent Kompany and John van den Brum seemed to agree that this punch should not be repeated.
“We are in a beautiful stadium, with a beautiful stadium. These players bring something for Belgian football. I think this is also a match that should be shown abroad. We have a product that we can be proud of. But then it happens. Vincent Kompany said:” It shouldn’t be This is at this level. “
“If we all take our responsibility, on and off the field, and our players demand the intensity necessary at all times, you suddenly hear that they have forgotten to order a VAR. Well, then I say this. The competition deserves better.”
“It happens regularly that this happens,” Anderlecht coach concluded. “If we don’t set our standards higher, it will continue to happen. It’s not normal.”
Same voice with John Van den Brum. “It’s funny that this match has to start later,” Jink’s coach complained.
“It made us and Vincent really angry about it together. You prepare, plan your meal and warm up as part of this competition …”
“This is a playoff game that is about something, where two teams compete with everything they have. Then we have to accept that this match starts in fifteen minutes …?”