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Racing Genk still on track for play-offs after Onwacho tripled |  Jupiler Pro League 2021/2022

Racing Genk still on track for play-offs after Onwacho tripled | Jupiler Pro League 2021/2022

  1. 45 + 3′ – Goal Penalty – Paul Onwacho (2-0)
  2. 45′ – yellow – ngelo Preciado
  3. 11′ – penalty kick goal – Paul Onwacho (1-0)
  4. 3′ – Yellow – Majid Sadiq
  1. 86′ – Steve Peters continued to Giannis Constantilias
  2. 82′ – Follow Brian Heinen by Mike Tresor
  3. 82′ – Follow Junya Ito by Kelvin John
  4. 81′ – Paul Onwacho continued by Andras Nemeth
  5. 81′ – Follow by Isaac Nuho by Conan Ndrick
  6. 80′ – Goal – Paul Onwacho (5-0)
  7. 71′ – Follow Luca Owen by Josef Paintsil
  8. 69′ – James Jeju follow up to Jerome Deum
  9. 68′ – Goal – Brian Heinen (4-0)
  10. 51′ – Yellow – James Jeju
  11. 46′ – Goal – Junya Ito (3-0)

After 1 of 9 Racing Genk was able to win again. Visitors from Eupen easily went to the ax. On the first match day of the finish, Genk was only in the top eight, good for the playoff in Europe.

  1. The second half, the 91st minute, the game is over
  2. The second half, the 91st minute. The end. After 1 out of 9, Racing Genk took a much-needed victory against Yubin. He has once again jumped over STVV to eighth and therefore still has everything in his hands for the European matches. Shortly after the break, Ito decided the match, and Heynen and Onwacho again turned them into lost characters. †
  3. The second half, the 86th minute. Substitution in the Eupen Cup, Giannis Constantilias, Steve Peters outside
  4. The second half, the 84th minute. The match now goes to the end. Genk thinks that’s enough and it seems that Eupen no longer has the strength to search for an honorable savior. †
  5. Second half, minute 82. Substitution in KRC Genk, entering Mike Tresor, leaving Brian Heinen
  6. Second half, 82nd minute. Substitution in KRC Genk, Kelvin John entered, and Junya Ito . went out
  7. Second half, minute 81. Substitution in KRC Genk, Andras Nemeth inside, Paul Onwacho outside
  8. Second half, minute 81. Substitution in KAS Eupen, Konan N’Dri inside, Isaac Nuhu outside
  9. A goal during the second half, the 80th minute, by Paul Onwacho of KRC Genk. 5.0
  10. The second half, the 79th minute. Unwacho increases the number of goals. Onwacho scored his third goal of the evening, his first field goal. On Hrosovsky’s instructions, he provided figures confiscated from nearby. Eupen may be sure to keep it, but that’s a painful undertaking. †
  11. The second half, the 74th minute. Genk’s yearning for goals has not subsided yet. The home team can try again with a free kick by Heynen. His shot deflects Onwacho and Norden can catch the ball. †
  12. Second half, 72nd minute.
  13. Second half, minute 71. Substitution in KRC Genk, Joseph Paintsil inside, Luca Oyen outside
  14. The second half, the 69th minute. A substitution in the Eupen Cup, and Jerome Dayum entered, and James Jeju came out
  15. A goal during the second half, the 68th minute, by Brian Heinen of KRC Genk. 4.0
  16. The second half, the 68th minute. Nice goal from Heynen. Genk fans are allowed to dance again, and Heinen adds one more. Eto’o provides a calculated cross and Heynen hits the ball at the same time. Especially nice finish. †
  17. Cools puts Vandevoordt to the test. Eupen could still keep Genk’s defense for a while. Lambert sets the ball well for Cools and takes it off the edge of the penalty area with a low kick. Vandevoordt has some difficulty with it and takes the ball twice. † Second half, 62nd minute.
  18. Second half, 55th minute. There is no third for Onwacho (yet?). Onwacho would like to score for the third time. After a pass from Heynen, he goes out in one go, but his shot goes too far. †
  19. Yellow card for James Jeju, Yobin Cup player, second half, 51st minute
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