- 42′ – Yellow – Vadis Odjidja Ofoe
- 31′ – goal – gift from Emmanuel Urban (0-1)
- 90 + 5′ – Yellow – Norio
- 90 + 2′ – Yellow – Joseph Okumu
- 85′ – Continue Emmanuel Orban’s gift to Tarik Tsoudali
- 85′ – Continue Hong Hyun Suk by Alessio Castro Montes
- 84′ – Yellow 2 – Stephen Elzat
- 82′ – continues Aaron Dunnum for Stipe Breca
- 82′ – Continued Noe Dusen to Jakob Barrett Laursen
- 68′ – Yellow – Kostas Laifis
- 63′ – Gojko Cimirot continued by Filippo Melegoni
- 63′ – Vadis Odjidja Ofoe continues with Nurio
- 63′ – Renault Emond is followed by Noah Ohio
- 61′ – goal – Hugo Kuipers (1-2)
- 56′ – Goal – Stephen Elzat (1-1)
- 51′ – Yellow – Stephen Elzat
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In the Lion’s Den, Ghent took a decisive step towards European football. Hein Vanhaezebrouck’s team beat direct rival Standard 1-2 on a SmackDown, which was full of bizarre stagings. The royal couple Orban/Cuypers of Ghent provided the scenery and goals at the end.
Standard – Ghent in short:
- Key moment: In the second half the standard comes out of nowhere at the same level. Five minutes later, Hugo Kuipers put things in order with his 21st league goal.
- man of the match Gift Emmanuel Orban continues to amaze. The goal thief opened the score beautifully, seeing his goal 0-2 denied and almost having a world goal. What can the Nigerian striker not do?
- distinct: We are three minutes into the second half when Gift Orban hit the net in the second evening. Oddly enough, Potterberg disagrees with the objective. Nobody knows why.
Gift Urban is a barrel full of surprises. The Nigerian striker signed the moment of the weekend. He even became a target who could compete for the Puskas Award.
Orban surprised friend and foe by kicking him on goal from the kick-off. Boudart was seen, but Rocher was saved by the model. Pictures that will undoubtedly travel around the world.
This was not the only power Orbán summoned from his soles. The striker was sent down the street in the first half by the striker’s brother Kuipers and then calmly finished the game off. Although Standard got off to a good start, the better chances were for Gent.
After Urban’s famous moment, he was back in the spotlight a few minutes later. The Nigerian made the net conceive for the second time, but Jan Potterberg whistled. There wasn’t much that made it a strange decision from the referee.
Not 0-2 end of the game but 1-1. Alzate curled a free kick past Nardi into the goal so Ghent could start again.
However, Gent dominated the match and again took the lead. Bodart was on the ball earlier than Orban, but he put the ball at Kuyers’ feet. He could no longer miss an empty goal.
The task didn’t get any easier when Alzate picked up his second yellow card of the match. I stayed at 1-2. Ghent are doing more than excellent and now have five more points than Standard in the European qualifiers.
Van Heisbrouck: “The referee’s reaction is fantastic”
- Hein Van Heisbrouck (Ghent): “It was the referee’s fault on that disallowed goal, but he (ref. Jan Potterberg, ed.) is great at his reaction. He admitted that too. In this regard, he shows he’s a very good referee. We’ve seen him whistle good matches. Now he made an important mistake that could be To turn the game differently. You have to be able to overlook that. Orbán’s try was the goal of the year. He has setbacks, five centimeters and the ball goes straight in. He showed again his great qualities today.”
- Ronnie Della (standard); “They were more efficient. We didn’t take our chances. It was a very good game with two good teams. I’m very proud of the boys, because they gave everything today. You can’t beat that speed from the start for 90 minutes” We were well organized and gave few chances . But we have to make more of ourselves. It’s not over yet. We have to continue.”
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