Scene on Kehrweg: Hyeres bumps into Eupen to the top of the table
0:1, 1:1, 1:2, 2:2, 3:2 – The game between AS Eupen and KRC Genk was everything, but not boring. Meanwhile – especially after Amat’s red card – the clouds over Eupen darkened for a while. Instead of giving up, Open fought until the proverbial last moment. The strong performance of AS Eupen is rewarded not “only” with three points, but with the lead of the championship – the fairy tale of eastern Belgium continues. At least until the next match day when AS Eupen meets AA Gent (October 17, 9 p.m.).
AS Eupen 3: 2 KRC Genk
In front of Genk, Yobin, who had changed to just one position – Lambert started with suspended Agbado – was strong in the match: Nuhu was already in the lead in the fourth and fifth minutes when he failed at Vandevoordt. The first goal, however, was scored not by the powerful Eupener, but by Genk – and that with the first chance: Thorstedt, who had lost sight of the AS defense, hit the ball from a short distance into a desperate Hemmelmann goal. (eleventh).
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