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Golden Trident drives Racing Genk bypassing Ohio Lovin |  Jupiler Pro League 2021/2022

Golden Trident drives Racing Genk bypassing Ohio Lovin | Jupiler Pro League 2021/2022

  1. 16′ – Jill – Cenk Ozcakar
  2. 3′ – Goal – Theo Bongonda (1-0)
  1. 90 + 2′ – Goal – Christian Thorstedt (4-0)
  2. 85′ – Follow Theo Bongonda by Bastien Touma
  3. 80′ – John Lukomi Follow Mark McKenzie
  4. 78′ – Continue to Siebe’s book by Arthur Almerch
  5. 78′ – Verve. Sébastien Dewaest Door by Dylan Ouédraogo
  6. 77′ – Doelpunt – Junya Ito (3-0)
  7. 70′ – Yellow – Sebastian Dewast
  8. 67′ – Follow Matthew Mertens to Dan Vikmans
  9. 63′ – Yellow – Mandela Kita
  10. 59′ – Goal – Paul Onwacho (2-0)
  11. 53′ – yellow – sepia writers
  12. 49′ – Yellow – John Lucomi

Theo Bongonda, Paul Onwacho and Junya Ito. Racing Genk’s golden triple javelin throws a 4-0 win over Ohio Lovin. The third goal was by far the best. After a great mix of Limburgers, Ito was the final destination. Eating made the party complete in overtime.

  1. The second half, the 94th minute. The end. A landslide 4-0 win for Racing Genk. The host team sometimes demonstrated against OHL, and Genk fans were spoiled. Bongonda, Onwacho, Ito and Thorstvedt scored their goal. It’s Genk’s first home win of the season. .
  2. The second half, the 94th minute, the game is over
  3. Second half, 92nd minute.
  4. Second half, 92nd minute. Thorstvedt puts the icing on the cake. Jenk makes it worse for OHL. Visitors are easily deceived by a free kick. Possession simply hits the ball over the wall to Thorstvedt, who eliminates Romo. .
  5. A goal during the second half, the 92nd minute by Christian Thorstvedt from KRC Genk. 4.0
  6. The second half, the 89th minute. Romo comes out amazingly and prevents Genk from a chance. In the aftermath, Onuachu might try again, but his long-range shot at close range. .
  7. Second half, 85th minute. Substitution in KRC Genk, Bastien Toma inside, Theo Bongonda outside
  8. The second half, the 84th minute. 4-0 is not allowed. Eto’o entered the score 4-0 after a quick substitution, but his goal was right in offside for offside. Genk’s third goal is already not allowed in this match. .
  9. The second half, the 83rd minute. In Genk, apathy creeps in. At first Vandevoordt clumsily loses the ball, then Heynen suffers the same fate. Twice Mercier can benefit, but no shot comes inside the penalty area. .
  10. Second half, minute 80. Substitution in KRC Genk, Mark McKenzie inside, Jhon Lucumi outside
  11. Second half, 79th minute.
  12. Second half, minute 78. Substitution in Ohio Lovin, Arthur Almerch inside, Sippy Schreigvers outside
  13. Second half, minute 78. Substitution in Ohio Lovin, Dylan Ouedraogo inside, Sebastian DeWast outside
  14. The second half, the 78th minute. Eto’o completes a nice attack! What an attack, what a goal! After a great combination across different stations and a thin Bongonda heel, Eto’o converts Genk’s third goal into the goal. Ohl definitely in the loop. .
  15. A goal during the second half, the 77th minute from Junya Ito of KRC Genk. 3.0
  16. The second half, the 75th minute. Al-Taamari unleashes his demons. Taamari clearly wants to prove himself tonight. He reviews the alternate with great solo work and finally concludes from an acute angle, right on Vandevoordt. Genk goalkeeper already took his job after the break. .
  17. Vandevoort blocks an attached target. Ohl strikes again seriously. Mercier puts the ball in Dewest’s goal, which forces Vanvoort to tackle well. In the aftermath, Henry could also take another shot, but his shot was blocked. . Second half, 72nd minute.
  18. The second half, minute 71. Dewaest takes revenge after a mistake from Thorstvedt. There isn’t much going on, but the reference Van Damme thinks is enough to get a yellow card. .
  19. Yellow card for Sebastian DeWast of Ohio Leuven during the second half, minute 70
  20. The second half, the 69th minute. Eto’o evaded a penalty kick, but now he managed to score another superb pass. Bongonda gets another chance, but decides. .
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