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KV Mechelen gives up the lead and collects only a point against Charleroi |  Jupiler Pro League 2021/2022

KV Mechelen gives up the lead and collects only a point against Charleroi | Jupiler Pro League 2021/2022

KV Mechelen and Charleroi divided the points fairly: 2-2. The hosts looked on their way to a smooth victory, but Charleroi made up for a 2-0 deficit in the second half. With one point, it looks like both teams should pull out of the first game.

KV Mechelen – Charleroi in a nutshell:

  • Key moment: Twenty minutes before the end, video referee Jan Potterberg was summoned to the screen. He can only see the hands of Swers in the sixteen and so the ball goes right away. Koke takes a penalty for Bayo but leaves too soon. On the second attempt, Bayeux brought Charleroi on his side.
  • man of the match: Just like last week his goal didn’t eventually result in a win for KV Mechelen, but Hugo Cuypers is working on a great streak. The striker scored for the sixth time in the last 7 matches today. He now has 12 goals in total this season.
  • noticeable: For KV Mechelen, this hurts. In the previous match at home against Cercle Brugge, despite his 2-0 lead, he finally had to make peace with a draw. Same story last week visit STVV. Even then, he gave up his lead and was stuck on splitting points.

Deadly Efficiency KV Mechelen Strikes First Quarter

A good start for KV Mechelen, with the first attack was a prize on the spot. Storm loosened his demons on the left flank and luckily sent the ball to the detached Hermanns. He did not miss the opportunity and gave the host team the lead in the fifth minute.

KV Mechelen maintained lethal efficiency, because the second full attack also resulted in a goal barely 8 minutes later. Again along the left, the storm was once again at the base. He gave the ball well to Becker and slipped a low cross into the goal at the near post by Kuipers. 2-0 less than fifteen minutes into the match.

A powerful inhibitor of Charleroi, which then lagged behind. Shortly before the end of the first half, the visitors came close to scoring the goal. Coucke needed a good salvage at the helm by Heymans.

Charleroi still trails 2-0

“We really have to give him some gas, because we’ve given him more than once this season.” It turned out that these were prophetic words from Lucas Becker after the first half, because less than 5 minutes after the break Charleroi returned to the match. After a short corner kick, Zorgan found Andrew’s header and header from close range.

The picture of the game changed, as Charleroi was emphatically looking for a tie. Twenty minutes before the end, this came after the intervention of the VAR. Hand by Swers led to a penalty and Bayo converted it twice. From 2-0 to 2-2, everything suddenly had to be returned to KV Mechelen.

So there was enough tension in the final stage, but no more great opportunities. Shoufs put some fans on the wrong track when his free kick hit the side netting, but it stayed 2-2.

Hand by Swers gives Charleroi a penalty:

  1. The second half, the 96th minute, the game is over
  2. The second half, the 96th minute. The end. boos from KVM proponents. Despite their early 2-0 lead, the home team eventually has to settle the points division. Andreu brought Charleroi back into the match immediately after the break and after the VAR intervention, Bayo was able to bring the guests with a penalty kick. †
  3. The second half, the 93rd minute. A switch in Charleroi, entered Martin Wasinski, and Marco Elimaharitra came out.
  4. Yellow card for Jackson Chachoa from Charleroi during the second half, minute 92
  5. The second half, the 91st minute. Substitution in KV Michelin, Marian Shedd, Karim Merabti out.
  6. The second half, the 86th minute. He slipped into the side nets. Morioka’s foul also results in a free kick for KV Mechelen. Schoofs doesn’t act harshly, but his shot ends up in the side netting. †
  7. Yellow card for Ryota Morioka, Charleroi player, during the second half, in the 85th minute
  8. The second half, the 85th minute. Morioka stopped. Morioka was barely on the field when he actually got a yellow card for a foul on Merabti. He received his fifth yellow card and was therefore suspended for the next match against Cercle Brugge. †
  9. Second half, 84th minute. Substitution in Charleroi, Ken Nkoba-Chinde, Joris Kaembe off
  10. Second half, 84th minute. Substitution in Charleroi, Ryota Morioka inside, Adam Zorgan out.
  11. Second half, 84th minute. Double substitution. Double replacement in Charleroi. Morioka and Nkoba were dropped in the team, and the match between Zorgan and Kayembe ended. †
  12. KVM gives the lead away again. For KV Mechelen, this hurts. Also in the first leg of their previous home game, against Cercle Brugge, KV Mechelen gave up its 2-0 lead. Last week on a visit to STVV, after the Cuypers’ opening goal, she finally had to come to terms with the points split. † Second half, 80th minute.
  13. Second half, minute 77. Substitution in KV Mechelen, Samuel Oum Gouet in, Geoffry Hairemans out
  14. The second half, minute 75. An uproar on the sidelines. Emotions run high in KV Mechelen’s pits. The reference Boterberg gives a yellow and even a red card to one of the assistants. †
  15. Second half, 74th minute.
  16. Yellow card for Rob Schofs from KV Mechelen during the second half, minute 73
  17. The second half, the 73rd minute. Bayeux brings Charleroi again! Bayeux takes Coucke on his second try. KV Mechelen lost its 2-0 lead completely. The Schoofs still took yellow for protest. †
  18. A goal after a penalty kick in the second half, 73rd minute by Facon Youssef Bayot from Charleroi. 2, 2.
  19. Second half, 72nd minute. Coucke takes the penalty. Greetings to KVM supporters because Coucke held up a penalty for Bayeux, but that cheer fades immediately. Coucke left too early so the penalty had to be reinstated. †
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