December 4, 2022

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Man of the Match 'Joske' Paintsil helps Genk break the record: 'Do what the fans love to see, which is also important in relation to the World Cup'

Man of the Match ‘Joske’ Paintsil helps Genk break the record: ‘Do what the fans love to see, which is also important in relation to the World Cup’

Josef Paintzel as the protagonist. “Joske,” as they affectionately call it in Genk. The player of the match was undoubtedly the Ghanaian against KV Mechelen.

Not the first time this season, Genk worked his way up to winning a men’s ten. “Our mentality is very good,” Paintsil explains how they were able to do it again with the leader. “Even the players who are not on the field always kick us out.”

Genk has now won eight consecutive matches for the first time in his history. “We are happy with that club record. An added advantage for us. In the first half it was closed. It was man against man, it’s hard to find space. We knew it wasn’t going to be easy. Miquelin is a very good team. We had tough times against them last season, Although we won. After the break we were up.”

Winning always makes fans happy

Was anything special said during the break? “The coach believes in us and asks us to take our chances.” Paintsil sure did it himself: he made a great combination and then put in a good cross that led to 2-1. The right wing finished the match by scoring 3-1 by himself. “I only do what the fans like to see. Winning always makes the fans happy. They always support us.”

There is a chance that the international player will soon exchange Genk for Qatar. Will Ghana participate in the World Cup? “I am in the preliminary selection. I hope to be among the 26 in the final selection. It will be announced in a week or so. My goal and my assistance may also be important in relation to the World Cup.” They made him man of the match on Friday night.

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