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Ten-headed KV Mechelen catches weak Racing Genk |  Jupiler Pro League 2021/2022

Ten-headed KV Mechelen catches weak Racing Genk | Jupiler Pro League 2021/2022

Racing Genk was unable to overcome a cup defeat to Club Brugge during his visit to Mechelen. He went ahead at the start of the first half and after that hardly played anything against Michelin with ten men. In the ranking, Michelin tied for fifth, and Genk for eighth.

Mechelen – Jenk in a nutshell

  • Key moment: Deep into the overtime, Genk finally took a real chance against the Ten Brawlers of Mechlin. Thoelen hit Thorstvedt’s header out of the line and so Achter de Kazerne stayed at 1-1.
  • man of the match: Marian Sjvid breathes life into a watered-down game. Unfortunately, the energetic Ukrainian had to make way after Cook’s dismissal. Franken may have chosen tactical discipline over the risks Sjved faced in pushing.
  • Special: Genk makes it this season’s sport to break up a winning starting position. Ten times already he couldn’t get past the lead. The Limburgers have played only 27 games in all competitions. hallucination.

Watch KV Mechelen – Genk (1-1) goals

Boom Van Bungonda puts Genk ahead

The cup match earlier this week left its mark on Micklin. The absence of Vanlerberg, especially the accelerator Schauf, meant a great loss for the home team. At Genk, overburdened Eto’o was on the bench and allowed Owen to prove himself between the lines.

Visitors began lively with a play by Paintsil, who forced Coucke to tackle a place ball. Mackenzie was unable to extend the angle between the columns a little later. KVM replied, fed by a particularly keen Sjved. At first he grabbed the ball to give Mrabeti a good chance and then slipped very late after a Walsh cross.

The stellar opening quarter didn’t last. The match continued, until Sejvid again set fire to a sharp shot. Paintsil answered for Genk. His passes flipped past Coucke, but Thorstvedt missed the ball from very close. Genk’s counter was hit after all. Coucke made the first tackle, but there was no powder against Bongonda’s streak.

Thorstvedt forgets to touch the ball from close range

Ten men from Mechelen scored a tie

Genk has often given up on top this season and they knew that well at Mechelen. Early in the second half, Walsh rushed through the inevitable storm and shot the ball into the roof of the goal. VAR and referee Ardot were still considering a possible violation by Hrusovsky, but they confirmed the score 1-1.

Genk was able to start over, but unexpectedly received help. Coucke came very bold from his goal to blow up Thorstvedt. Lardot initially showed the former Genkie yellow, but changed that to red after a thorough review of the footage. Van den Brum threw Ito and Onwacho into the fray, while Franken sacrificed Sjevied for Thueln and pulled a reinforced belt for his reserve goalkeeper.

For more than half an hour, the Limburger family remained in front of a closed gate. In Malinoa they ran out of fire to hold on to the point. For a long time, the only danger was a choked shot from Onuachu. Micklin shouted on the other side for a penalty when the ball flew against Lokumi’s arm. The last seven minutes of extra time could prove fatal to the hosts. Thorstvedt’s header hit a tricky corner kick, but Thoelen had a great reaction ready. In the recoil, Onuachu cut in half.

Another loss of points after the lead and against a lesser man could spell the end of the journey for John van den Brum at Racing Genk. His team remains in the middle category, while KV Mechelen maintains himself in the leading group.

Wouter Franken: ‘He should have gotten a penalty’

  • John van den Brum (Racing Genk coach): “KV Mechelen is a tough move, but in the first half we played well and deserved to go ahead. KV Mechelen couldn’t understand it and we created chances. Nothing seemed to be wrong.”

    “During the first half we said to continue at the same pace, but it wasn’t the case. We came out of the dressing room a little lower and that gave KV Mechelen a chance to score a goal. My team reacted well. We kept fighting to score the winning goal.”

    “We had to play a much higher tempo against ten players and we had to play the right people on the side. Also with Onwacho – we all know his qualities – as a substitute we should have played it better. It starts with the pace of the ball to make good crosses. We failed that.”

    Does John van den Brum feel the pressure is building? “It was already the case before the match, it was no different now. As a coach, I have to state what I see: we have to provide more conviction to attract the match to us. This is the next step. I can.” I don’t do anything other than what I do.”

  • Wouter Franken (Coach KV Mechelin): “I think we’re playing a good game, especially when you see that we’ve been playing with scores for about 40 minutes and we’re missing almost no chances. Then I did a good job.”

    “He insisted we should have got a penalty. That’s very unfortunate. There wasn’t even looking at the screen with that handball, while it was clear to everyone that it must have been a penalty. If you then look at the track from the match look, you have Only 3 points here, even with 10 guys.”

    Substitute goalkeeper Yannick Thoelen was able to distinguish himself after the red card from Gaëtan Coucke with a superb save in overtime. “We know we have two good goalkeepers. Yannick still has a lot of ambition and he has shown today that we can count on him. He was there when he should have been.”

  1. The second half, the 99th minute, the game is over
  2. Second half, 98th minute. More. The van den Brum chair continues to wobble. Racing Genk once again gave up their lead against KV Mechelen and was unable to score the winning goal against ten players. .
  3. Thoelen take it! What a great rescue! Thoelen removes a target from Thorstvedt with a strong hand. . Second half, 97th minute.
  4. Yellow card for Karim Merabti of KV Mechelen during the second half, 95th minute
  5. The second half, the 95th minute. Merabti commits a severe error on Munoz. This costs it yellow, but it saves quite a bit of time again. .
  6. The second half, the 92nd minute. Thoelen can easily catch a floating cross pass from Eto’o. .
  7. Second half, minute 90. Genk has been playing ten-man soccer for about half an hour and a choked shot from Unwacho is the lean harvest. In Mechelen, tongues now hang on shoes. .
  8. The second half, the 88th minute. We are approaching the final stage and extra time. Aster Nziyimana.
  9. Second half, minute 87. Substitution in KV Mechelen, Gustave Ingval inside, Igor de Camargo outside
  10. Second half, 86th minute. Substitution in KV Mechelen, Iebe Swers in, Nikola Storm out
  11. The second half, the 86th minute. The storm candle was extinguished. With De Camargo allowed to rest, Swers and Engvall come. .
  12. The second half, the 83rd minute. Geharrewar about sixteen from Malinwa. A shot from the role of Onuachu was blocked. .
  13. Second half, 80th minute. Substitution in KRC Genk, Mike Trésor inside, Bryan Heynen outside
  14. The second half, the 80th minute. The danger of the little Jenks. Also with Ito and Onuachu between the lines, it is difficult for visitors to pass through the Mechelen organization. Time is also gradually running out. .
  15. The second half, the 76th minute. Genk cannot pressure the home team directly. This is worrying. .
  16. The second half, the 74th minute. The entire AFAS stadium, with the exception of Genk’s corner, witnessed play by Lokumi’s hand. The VAR does not interfere here, although it is questionable. .
  17. The second half, the 73rd minute. McLean holds up well ten times. Aster Nziyimana.
  18. Second half, 73rd minute.
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