CHALLENGER PRO LEAGUE. Ostend misses a penalty that wasn’t there, but Beerschot cannot beat KVO

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The RSCA Futures won against Lierse on Saturday evening after a clumsy own goal in extra time. Nail Moutha-Sebtaoui headed the ball against the crossbar, after which it hit his body and ended up in the goal. Beerschot and KV Oostende also played a draw, Seraing won on Francs Borain’s field.

Lierse collects a point against RSCA Futures with nine

RSCA Futures won in extra time against Lierse Kempenzonen. The visitors ended the match with nine, after red cards for Alexandre De Bruyn and Joeri Poelmans. When Lierse found themselves with one man down, it was already 1-0 for the home team thanks to a goal by Nilson Angulo. However, the Lieren team showed resilience and after goals from Obbi Oulare and Viktor Boone they even took the lead before half time, and in injury time in the first half Lilian Vergeylen equalized for RSCA Futures.

After the break the calf seemed to have drowned when Poelmans had to be sent off just before the hour mark and Lucas Lissens gave the Purple & White the lead after 86 minutes: 3-2. Deep into injury time, a bizarre own goal by Nail Moutha-Sebtaoui resulted in a division of points: 3-3. With five points from seven games, Lierse remains in penultimate place, just behind RSCA Futures, which has one point more. Standard’s promises close the row with three points from six games.

Seraing on the field of Francs Borains

Seraing won a Walloon derby against PhD student Francs Borains 0-2. Edouard Soumah-Abbad opened the score for the Metallos after 49 minutes, and Noah Solheid posted the 0-2 final score on the hour mark. With nine points each, both teams are now in a shared seventh place.

Ostend misses an unjustified penalty and cannot beat Beerschot

After twenty minutes, KV Oostende had its first excellent opportunity to take the lead after a penalty error by Ibrahim Alhassan (unjustified because the error happened outside the sixteen), but Robby D’Haese kicked the penalty within the reach of Beerschot goalkeeper Davor Matijas.

A few minutes later it was a prize for the Kustboys: attacker Mohamed Berte (27.) made it 0-1 after a cross from D’Haese. In the second half, Beerschot came alongside through an own goal by Zech Medley (61.), which immediately marked the final score.

Beerschot is currently fourth in the Challenger Pro League with 11 points and still has a game in hand. KV Oostende is thirteenth with 6 points.

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