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KV Mechelen looks tired for European tickets after defeat at Ghent |  Jupiler Pro League 2021/2022

KV Mechelen looks tired for European tickets after defeat at Ghent | Jupiler Pro League 2021/2022

  1. 90 + 3′ – Red – Tipo Pierre
  2. 90′ – Yellow – Geoffrey Hermanns
  3. 88′ – Yellow – Jannes Van Hecke
  4. 82′ – Goal – Joseph Okumo (1-0)
  5. 79′ – Karim Morabti continued by Gustave Ingeval
  6. 79′ – Follow Nicola Storm Marian Schwedd
  7. 76′ – Matisse Samoys continued to Christopher Oberk
  8. 76′ – Follow Darko Limagic by Leonas Malidi
  9. 70′ – Yellow – Julien de Sarthe
  10. 62′ – Yellow – Alec van Hornbeek
  11. 60′ – Follow Vadis Odjidja Ofoe to Roman Bezos

Ghent took a big step towards the final victory in the European qualifiers. Beat KV Mechelen after a late goal from Joseph Okumu. If Ghent wins the European playoff, there will be no more duel with the fourth of the Champions Qualifiers.

AA Gent – KV Mechelen in a nutshell:

  • Key moment: Before the hour went by, Hermanns had the best chance of the match to give KV Mechelen the lead, but shook the ball into the hand of goalkeeper Roef.
  • man of the match: Few of the real stars today. AA Gent defender Joseph Okumo crowned himself the match winner with a clean sheet and a goal.
  • noticeable: KV Mechelen still struggles with the Ghent soil. Malinwa’s last victory in Ghent dates back to 2012, and since then AA Gent has won 8 times at home, and drawn 3 times.
  • statistics: The main pain point at KV Mechelen this season has been the outdoors. Defeat 11 on the go is too much to compete for prizes.

Okumo decides the match with a late header

For KV Mechelen, this match was the last chance to get a European ticket. The visitors eagerly started the match. In the fifteen minutes, Al-Mourabiti kicked 0-1 against the ropes, but the party was canceled due to a previous violation by Souza.

Then AA Gent rebalanced, putting Kums Coucke to work with a famous snowmobile. Almoravid remained the most dangerous man among the visitors, but his effort was not rewarded: 0-0 halfway.

After the break, the game moved back and forth, but the number of opportunities remained limited. Kuipers and especially Hermanns missed KV Mechelen, on the other side Coucke tapped flames from Tissoudali over the bar.

The score was 0-0, until Combs drew a corner on Okumo’s head. The Kenyan deposited the ball accurately into the far corner and put AA Gent on his way to a second win in these European matches. KV Mechelen is not yet an athlete in European football.

Schoofs: “Our Season Summary”

Rob Choffs (KV Mechelen): “We are of course very disappointed. We should have scored here to keep fighting for the win in the playoffs, but we didn’t. However, just like last week, the match could also have been in our favor.”

“We always try to play football. And it worked out well now. We had chances, but they didn’t go in. We also scored a great goal, but it was rejected. Then we conceded a goal at the end. . That sums up our season a little bit: we’re playing a good season, but It’s not enough to play with adults.”

  1. The second half, the 96th minute, the game is over
  2. The second half, the 96th minute. The end. It’s a wrap! AA Gent wins with a late header from Okumu and becomes a stronger captain in the European Qualifiers, KV Mechelen has to shake off the European dream. †
  3. The second half, the 94th minute. A dangerous free kick from De Sart falls on the surface of the goal and remains 1-0. †
  4. Red card for Thibaut Beer from KV Mechelen during the second half, 93rd minute
  5. The second half, the 93rd minute. Red for Pierre. KV Mechelen finishes the match with a ten: Peyre clicks a quick Malede, and Boucaut takes the red card from his back pocket. †
  6. Yellow card for Jeffrey Hermanns of KV Mechelen during the second half, minute 90
  7. The second half, the 89th minute. KV Mechelen went forward with the courage of desperation, but was no longer able to form a successful attack. †
  8. Yellow card for Jannes Van Hecke of KV Mechelen during the second half, minute 88
  9. AA Gent is 4 points away. In this ranking, AA Gent is four points ahead of Racing Genk. Then KV Mechelen is already 8 points behind and is as good as being eliminated for the European ticket. † Second half, 85th minute.
  10. Second half, 83rd minute.
  11. The second half, the 82nd minute. Okumu with 1-0! Just like KV Mechelen is only 10 years old due to injury treatment from Souza, AA Gent strikes mercilessly. Okumu climbs to the top of a corner kick from Combs and deposits the ball into the undefended far corner: 1-0. †
  12. A goal during the second half, the 82nd minute, by Joseph Okumo of the KAA Gent team. 1, 0.
  13. Second half, minute 79. Substitution in KV Mechelen, Gustave Ingval inside, Karim Merabet outside
  14. Second half, minute 79. Substitution in KV Mechelen, Marian Shved, Nicola Storm outside
  15. The second half, the 79th minute. Storming the side nets. Then I’ll try it myself, Storm must have thought. This time he dives dangerously in front of the goal, his attempt ends in the side netting. †
  16. The second half, minute 78. Storm sends another sharp cross, substitute Van Heck comes well at the far post, but he cannot pass the ball between the crossbars. †
  17. The second half, the 76th minute. Substitution in KAA Gent, Christopher Obery in, Matisse Samoys outside
  18. Second half, 76th minute. Substitution in KAA Gent, Yonas Malede inside, Darko Lemajic outside
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