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After a stunning final attack, STVV Standard still cruised to victory

After a stunning final attack, STVV Standard still cruised to victory

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  1. 4' – Goal – Eric Junior Bocat (1 – 0)
  2. 9' – Goal – Wilfried Kanga (1 – 1)
  3. 13' – Yellow – Abu Bakr Quetta
  4. 24' – Yellow – Frederic Anano
  1. 56' – Yellow – Kostas Laives
  2. 59' – Goal – William Balikwesha (1 – 2)
  3. 65' – Yellow – Isaac Price
  4. 72' – Yellow – Kelvin Yeboah
  5. 72' – Continue. Kelvin Yeboah is perfect for everyone else
  6. 78' – Continue. Abu Bakr Quetta by Adriano Bertaccini
  7. 79' – Continue. Frederic Ananno by Robert Jan Vanwesimael
  8. 79' – Continue. Cihan Kanak by Seydou Fini
  9. 81' – Goal – Wilfried Kanga (1 – 3)
  10. 83' – Continue. Bruno Godot by Silvo Barnes
  11. 83' – Continue. Zahir al-Islam Coffee by Fatih Kaya
  12. 84' – Goal – Adriano Bertaccini (2 – 3)
  13. 88' – Goal – Fatih Kaya (3 – 3)
  14. 89' – Yellow – Joselvo Barnes
  15. 89' – Yellow – Wilfried Kanga
  16. 90+3' – Continue. William Balikwesha by Jill Dewailly
  17. 90+7' – Yellow – Adriano Bertaccini
  18. 90+11' – Continue. Ryutaro Ito by Olivier Dumont

Jupiler Pro League – Round 3 – 04/12/24 – 20:48

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4'

Eric Junior Bocat

4'

Eric Junior Bocat

1 – 0

9'

Wilfred Kanga

1 – 1

Wilfred Kanga

9'

59'

William Balikwesha

1 – 2

William Balikwesha

59'

81'

Wilfred Kanga

1 – 3

Wilfred Kanga

81'

84'

Adriano Bertaccini

84'

Adriano Bertaccini

2 – 3

88'

Fatih Kaya

88'

Fatih Kaya

3 – 3

What's Stayen all about? Home team STVV took the lead at home after just four minutes, but Standard then rose from the dead to go 1-3 ahead in the 82nd minute. Want books? No, despite the missed penalty, a resilient STVV team still fought back at 3-3.

STVV – standard for short

Man of the match: Wilfried Kanga had a huge impact on Truiense's defence, but he was also too quick and too clever for his keepers on several occasions. He made it 1-3, which should have been the winner.

Key moment: Minutes before play, Fatih Kaya scored his liberating goal, thus freeing his club. Despite long examination, the zero finally disappeared behind its name. Ketchup bottle?

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distinct: Teams had to continue for a minimum of fifteen minutes beyond the normal ninety. Not that it made any difference, but that should be a record now.

Twelve stormy minutes

STVV closes matches well, as demonstrated last week. Today was also off to a very good start. Standard started poorly and was immediately punished. After an attack on the right flank, Eto'o was able to pick up the ball and sneak into the sixteen area. Bokat shot the ball into the net through the post.

Standard looked like they had a long evening ahead of them, but they stopped their game immediately. Suzuki might have done more with Kanak's shot, but Kanga, who tracks him well, should have pushed it into the goal.

It was solid on both sides, which meant the rest of the half didn't have much going for it. Twelve minutes later, the Liège fans ended their silence, which helped the match build up its energy. Price and Kanga had chances, but no goal followed before the end of the first half.

Early evening

Ten minutes later it should have been STVV's second half win. Quetta took a light penalty kick on Smits, but Bodart fell well.

After just two minutes, Palicuesha briefly showed off his talent. During the match, he received a cross from an inappropriate height, but shot the ball past Suzuki with some control.

Standard and STVV were no longer gaining any speed in the match, but it turned out to be mainly to catch their breath before the final race. Kanga started by being the quickest in a gift from Wolke Janssens, who responded to his own goalkeeper very short. “1-3, it's done,” we thought, but it turned out that the STVV still had gasoline in the tank.

A beautiful, sharp pass from the Stockers ended up for Bertaccini to score the equalizer and his first of the season. Kaya – known for his dryness when it comes to goals – followed after just four minutes and brought everything back into balance.

With all his enthusiasm, he overthrew Kanga, but that was permissible at such a moment.

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STVV stumbles in the wake of Ghent, but survival remains a problem for Standard.

Wilfred Kanga (Standard): “I don't know what happened, I don't understand it. We were really good, and we should have gone home with a win. It's not normal. It's a double, we played a good game, but the consistent performance is still missing.” “The whole match.”

Neighbor Stockers (STVV): “It's about staying calm in the group. We have a young group and we want to fight for every game. I think if you keep believing, anything can happen. The coach always lets us stay calm, always says chances will come.” “

Fink “My kids did well last week, too.”

Thorsten Fink (STVV): “It was a good match, a deserved draw for both teams. I kept my calm, because my team also performed well last week. We had chances, but Standard were very good.”

I've been lucky with my replacements. We are good, we have quality in the team and on the bench. Today it works, the supporters saw a good match. For the character we showed, this is a victory. We finished seventh, losing two points.”

Ivan Leko (standard): “This was not what everyone expected as a play-off 2 match. Both teams wanted to win for sure. For us, it's unfortunate of course, if you're 1-3 up, ten minutes from time, you hope you can do it.” “They could win, but the boys gave everything.”

We were not strong enough centrally. If you play with three central defenders and three in midfield, that should be your strength. This makes it very painful to concede goals through the middle. We have a lot of players who want to play football, but you know that in Belgium you can't win games without strength and speed. “Perhaps this should also be a lesson for the future.”

Stage after stage

On the other hand, Kaya scored his second goal with his head! He twists a little in his jump and can't push. It remains 3-3.

It's tense until the end! A great long ball from Bodart ends up at the feet of Kanga, who shoots the ball over Suzuki but puts the ball wide.

Smits well

Price can break into the Suzuki XVI with the ball at his feet, but then collides with Smits. Leko wants his team to keep the high pressure going after that, but his boys are afraid and retreat.

Everyone feels it now, on both sides. Olivier Dumont, who has previous experience at Standard, will replace Eto'o.

STVV is coming

Sink or be drowned in Standard now. It's not a complete panic in defence, but they have to endure wave after wave.

STVV is getting very close! A beautiful attack ends with Bertaccini inside the penalty area. His condition is not ideal, and Deuel puts pressure on his back, but the striker goes down too late and does not get a penalty.

12- Extra time

An additional 12 minutes will be added.

Excuse me?

They get at least 12 extra minutes for that! It's already taken a long time, but that's still close to the record.

Check range

The VAR guys are sure this is a valid goal! Those from STVV are all ready to get on with the remontada.

This examination takes a very long time. In Toby's, it is not possible to draw the line quickly and accurately.

All the way back!

And there is a third! A great shot from Stokers finds Fatih Kaya's foot through Barnes, and he actually scores his first goal for STVV! In his excitement, he beats up Kanga, and in the meantime there are still searches at Toby's. Infiltration seems possible.