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Sledgehammer at Jan Bridle: The potent AA Gent corrects a deviously twisted posture in Bruges |  Croque Cup 2021/2022

Sledgehammer at Jan Bridle: The potent AA Gent corrects a deviously twisted posture in Bruges | Croque Cup 2021/2022

The AA Gent team has qualified for the cup final for the sixth time in its history. In Brugge, he corrected the lopsided situation in the first leg. Thanks to Odjidja, Castro-Montes and Depoitre, they are 0-3 at Jan Breydel’s court.

Club Brugge – AA Gent in a nutshell:

  • Key moment: Eight minutes into the first half, Odoi lost his composure after a foul in Tisudale’s equaliser. He retaliates with a blow to the attacker’s face and takes his second yellow card. Barely a minute later, Depuetry makes the score 0-3. Two crucial minutes decide the match.
  • man of the match: Vadis Odjidja created the perfect scenario for Ghent with his rather lucky early goal. The midfielder continued to play at a high level against his former club after that. The highlight was his superb off-foot pass after the hour, even though Tissoudali forgot to put the icing on the cake.
  • efficiency: What Ghent missed in the first leg, he was prolific tonight. With some luck, the first shot on target immediately resulted in a goal and 0-2 also fell from the sky. Two chances, two goals. It was in stark contrast to the many errors in the first leg.
  • noticeable: Few pains for the club, like losing to opponents from Ghent, and that’s exactly what happened today for the third time this season. After being blamed 6-1 at Glamco Arena at the end of August, the club also lost the competition match at its home stadium. The third defeat is undoubtedly the most painful for the club.

The beginning of a dream gives Ghent wind in its sails

1 minute 42 seconds. It took all this time for the club to actually lose their lead from the first leg. Vanaken nodded the ball away via a free kick from Combs and Ojiga hit the edge of the sixteen simultaneously. His plane veered off N’Soki, leaving Mignolet without a chance. With some luck, however, Ghent started his dream.

Club immediately pulled out all the stops and pushed Ghent back. After a superb pass from Vanaken, Skov Olsen couldn’t get to the ball well enough to threaten Roef. After just fifteen minutes, Vanaken himself missed the opportunity to take advantage when the Ghent goalkeeper played the ball straight at his feet.

Right after that, Rove was on the right track when Adamyan scored centrally on a pass from the very hardworking Skov Olsen. Gent stood aside and turned toward him. The visitors were not disappointed and could be happy that the club did not take anything from the series of corner kicks.

0-2 exited the blue zone ten minutes before the end of the first half. Mignolet was able to dodge a long shot from De Sart, but was then surprised by a nice shot from Castro-Montes. Cold shower for the club and it almost turned 0-3. After a calculated cross by the same Castro Montes, Depot’s header landed on the post.

Odoi’s red gives the club a knockout

Food for thought for Schroeder and his teammates during the first half and 10 minutes into the second, Brugge’s worries became even bigger. Odoi received his second yellow card after being hit in the face by Tissoudali and immediately after that the club had to receive another blow. Samoas found Depoetry’s header and made it 0-3 with a good header.

Great shot for Club Brugge. The home team bravely despondent and a series of substitutions tried to do something about it, but it only led to frustration. It even went almost 0-4 when Odjidja fired Tsudale with a beautiful off-foot pass, but went head to head with Mignolet, who missed the opportunity.

It was a long torment for the club, Gent faced no further problems and advanced to the cup final for the sixth time. In this he will meet Anderlecht or Leoben. The club is suffering from a huge hangover and now has to focus on fighting the title.

Schroeder: ‘This shouldn’t get in the way’

  • Heine Vanheisbroek (Coach Ghent): “We beat Klopp 6-1 in August, we beat them again after that, and in fact we had to beat them 4-1 in the first leg of the semi-finals. So that wasn’t a surprising discovery for us. A lot of people in January scored many points without In the competition we are now with a knife to our throats and we can hardly give up anything anymore. We will deal with this week after week and try to win every game.” It doesn’t matter who we meet in the cup final. Anderlecht is probably much stronger than Eupen and they play at home. We played a very good game here tonight, it was a confirmation of the qualities of my players. “
  • Alfred Schroeder (Club Brugge coach): “We didn’t create many chances. I thought we played well in the first half and kept the streak from last Sunday. We put a lot of pressure and were also good in the preparations. But with that first goal we managed to score. Fatal error. You fall so fast against a team like this and luckily the second goal fell. We were very worried at the time and had to catch the ball. We went 0-2 after that red card and that 0-3 it became difficult of course. We know that Ghent is a very good team and that they They will definitely still be in competition and play a role. We have to deal with this quickly, and usually this shouldn’t sneak up on us. We have to learn from this and show character. We know what we have to do in the competition.”
  1. The second half, the 96th minute. The end. AA Gent qualifies for the cup final with vigor after a clear 0-3 victory. Odoi’s red card and 0-3 for Depuitre immediately afterwards was a knockout for the home team. Once again, Club Brugge bites the sand against Ghent and is left with a big hangover. Gent qualifies for the cup final for the sixth time. †
  2. The second half, the 96th minute, the game is over
  3. Yellow card for Andreas Hansch Olsen (KAA Gent) during the second half, 94th minute
  4. The second half, the 92nd minute. It is a justified exclusion for the club. More than two matches, it was Ghent who reached the final of the cup with merit. Peter Vandenbet on Radio 1.
  5. The second half, the 89th minute. 4 additional minutes. The match will have a short stretch, but not much will change. The fight is over, Ghent has a ticket to the sixth cup final. †
  6. The second half, the 88th minute. Lang can go on for a while, but the angle is too sharp at the end to get the ball between the crossbars. Gradually the realization is starting to surface on the club, and it won’t be the doubler for this season. †
  7. The second half, the 83rd minute. He knocked out everything in the club in the last minutes. Sandra was also thrown into the fight, as the match ended for Mata. †
  8. The second half, the 83rd minute. A substitution in Club Brugge, Cissé Sandra entered, and Clinton Mata came out
  9. Second half, 82nd minute. Substitution in KAA Gent, Núrio inside, Matisse Samoise outside
  10. Second half, 81st minute. Vanheisbroek took Samoys aside for Norio. Perhaps it was a wise decision of the Ghent coach. †
  11. The second half, the 80th minute. Samoas flirts with the second yellow. Samoise makes another mistake at Sobol. Brugge fans screaming for a second yellow card, Lamprechts does not respond. The club ends up with a free kick just outside the penalty area, but Rove drops Lange’s attempt to break out of the air. †
  12. The second half, the 78th minute. Yellow for Samoys. Samoise also received a justified yellow card after a serious foul on Sobol. There is no more football, the club needs a miracle. †
  13. Yellow card for Matisse Samoyes from CA Gent during the second half, 78th minute
  14. Second half, minute 77. Substitution in KAA Gent, Andrew Hjulsager inside, and Vadis Odjidja Ofoe.
  15. Second half, minute 77. Substitution in KAA Gent, Andreas Hanche-Olsen inside, and Jordan Torunarigha outside
  16. Second half, 76th minute. It is clear that Odjidja is no longer loved by his former club. Loudly moved to the side for Hjulsager. Torunarigha has also been replaced, Hanche-Olsen comes between the lines. †
  17. Yellow card for Hans Vanaken from Club Brugge during the second half, 76th minute
  18. The second half, the 75th minute. Yellow for the frustrated Vanaken. Frustration also runs rampant in Vanaken. He is rightly punished for violating Odjidja and then gives the Lambrechts a thumbs up. He will put him on a logical yellow card. †
  19. The second half, the 75th minute. Substitution in Club Brugge, Federico Rica entered, Stanley Nsuki came out.
  20. Second half, 74th minute. At the club, N’Soki is still leaning to the side. Rika can complete the final stage. †
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