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Racing Genk disappointingly beat Standard in the match that should have been won after goals by Bungonda and Unwacho |  Jupiler Pro League 2021/2022

Racing Genk disappointingly beat Standard in the match that should have been won after goals by Bungonda and Unwacho | Jupiler Pro League 2021/2022

  1. 45′ – Yellow – Selim Uncle Allah
  2. 44′ – Goal – Theo Bongonda (1-0)
  3. 42′ – Yellow – Matteo Cavaro
  4. 41′ – Yellow – Patrick Hrosovsky
  1. 88′ – Paul Onwacho continued to Joseph Paintsil
  2. 88′ – Followed by Theo Bongonda to Aziz Ouattara Mohamed
  3. 87′ – Follow Nicholas Raskin, directed by Damjan Pavlovic
  4. 83 ‘- Selim Umm Allah continued by singer Denis Dragos
  5. 81′ – Yellow – Renaud Emond
  6. 80′ – Yellow – Junya Ito
  7. 80′ – Yellow – Christian Thorstvedt
  8. 75′ – Follow Mike Tresor by Luca Owen
  9. 71′ – Moussa Sissako continued to Samuel Bastian
  10. 71′ – Follow Aaron Dunham to Mehdi Carcela Gonzalez
  11. 70′ – Mateo Cavaro continued to Abdoul Tapsoba
  12. 68′ – Yellow – Mark McKenzie
  13. 53′ – Goal – Paul Onwacho (2-0)

Racing Genk captured his lifeline in the battle of the top four. She beat Standard in the match that had to win 2-0. It is no coincidence that Theo Bongonda and Paul Onwacho – the top scorers – found their way into the goal for the hosts. Benchmark remains in the desolate thirteenth place and seems to already know its fate.

Jink – Standard in short

  • Key moment: Genk has enough chances in the first half hour to force the breakout, but only hits before the break. Standard strike, but 2-0 after a fatal error by Sisako really puts hope in the visitors’ head.
  • man of the match: Junya Eto’o cornered the young Calot, especially in the first half. The Japanese confused the visitors’ defense with their sharp acceleration. Only the final product was missing, although that was also due to his Ito teammates.
  • distinct: The Paul Onuachu collection is complete! He finally succeeded in his seventh match for Genk against Standard. As of this afternoon, Roche was the last team in the Jupiler Pro League in which the Nigerian had yet to score a goal.

The standard survives the siege of Genk

Genk received a fixed standard with a completely renewed defense. Nevertheless, he was able to quietly grow in the game, as the home team began to break into Bodart’s goal. Onwacho headed in the second minute, but this goal was canceled due to offside.

Chances continued to advance for the Limburgers, but Bongonda and Munoz were unable to capitalize on them. Tresor got an almost unmissable shot from Eto’o, but he kicked it somewhat clumsily. Then there was silence for a while and Standard squeaked cautiously, with Cavaro’s place ball as the most dangerous moment.

Bungonda and Unwacho make the difference after all

The first half was already on his last legs when Bodart had to swing to save a fallen header from Onwacho. The crowd at Cegeka Arena had already succumbed to the goalless half, until Tresor and Bongonda led 1-0. sledgehammer to the standard.

And Liege had to deal with another team shortly after the break. Sissako allowed the kidnapping and made Onuachu 2-0 with a small bump. A few minutes later, Standard gathered his courage again. Raskin and Cavaro could not warn Vandevoordt. Substitute Dragos eventually managed to do so, but his shot hit the keeper.

  1. The second half, the 95th minute, the game is over
  2. The second half, the 95th minute. The end. The KRC Genk has simply taken the bar for a keen benchmark though. Bungonda scored shortly before the break, and Onwacho shortly afterwards. †
  3. The second half, the 89th minute. Applause for Unwacho, who completed his set of goals in Belgium today. Paintsil takes care of the final stage. †
  4. Second half, 88th minute. Substitution in KRC Genk, Joseph Paintsil inside, and Paul Onuachu
  5. The second half, the 88th minute. Substitution in KRC Genk, Aziz Ouattara Mohamed inside, Theo Bongonda exit.
  6. Second half, minute 87. Substitutions in Standar, Damian Pavlovic, and Nicholas Raskin out
  7. Hot position! We’ve almost come to an interesting final stage. It’s no coincidence that Dragos came close to winning 2-1 under Vandevoordt. Keeper Genk can catch the ball soon after with some luck. † Second half, 87th minute.
  8. The second half, 84th minute. Onwacho is still hungry. He was allowed to attempt twice from the turn and hit Liege’s body the same number of times. †
  9. Second half, 83rd minute. Dragos, Standard’s top scorer with barely five goals, gets a few minutes to show something. †
  10. Second half, 83rd minute. Substitution in Standard, Denis Dragos Dakhla, Salim Amal Allah
  11. Second half, 82nd minute. It’s a disgusting head, that Thorstvedt. Not a little man. Tom Bodwell.
  12. Yellow card for Raynaud Emond van Standard during the second half, 81st minute
  13. The second half, 81st minute. A problem with Thorstvedt. Thorstvedt can be unbearably naughty at times. He kicks the ball onto Amal’s falling back and stops only to let his foot dangle in his face. No justify. †
  14. Yellow card for Juna Eto’o (KRC Genk) player during the second half, minute 80
  15. Yellow card for Christian Thor, benefited by KRC Genk during the second half, minute 80
  16. Second half, 79th minute. The game is dying. Oyen provides some excitement with a gentle dribble. †
  17. Second half, 76th minute. Genk substitution. Offensively, things stopped for the home team. With Oyen’s contribution, Storck hopes to drive some fire across his offensive line. †
  18. Second half, minute 75. Substitution in KRC Genk, Luca Oyen inside, Mike Trésor outside
  19. The second half, the 74th minute. Despite frantic attempts by Standard to change course, Racing Genk retains control. †
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