VIDEO. Again discussion about goal line technology, but RSCA Futures are mainly shooting themselves in the foot

In the Challenger Pro League, RSCA Futures and Lierse Kempenzonen kept each other in balance: 3-3. The visitors scored the equalizer in injury time while there were only nine players on the field. And again there was discussion about whether or not the ball had crossed the goal line.

Although the youngsters of Anderlecht mainly have to blame themselves for this late equalizer by the Pallieters. There were only nine players left on the field after De Bruyn and Poelmans had to leave the field prematurely before the hour with a red card. Only in the 86th minute did Anderlecht manage to take advantage of this numerical superiority when Lucas Lissens scored the 3-2 goal.

The match was played, you think, but it turned out a bit differently. Substitute Marijnissen whipped the ball in front of goal from the flank where defender Nail Moutha-Sebtaoui wanted to head the ball into a corner. However, the 17-year-old suddenly bucked the leather against the bottom of the crossbar, then hit the ball again, which caprioled into the hands of goalkeeper Rik Vercauteren.

On or over the goal line? Referee Jordy Vermeire approved the goal on the advice of his line judge, much to the dismay of the Anderlecht goalkeeper who believed that the ball had not crossed the goal line. The TV images also do not immediately provide a definitive answer.

The Lieren team was very happy after the late equalizer. — © BELGIUM

Neither team gains anything from this draw. In the general ranking, Lierse Kempenzonen only holds the promises of Standard behind them, Anderlecht is barely one place higher.

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