OUR POINTS. A draw against OHL causes a blowout at Club Brugge
24 de September, 2021
Club Brugge had a hard time against a stiff Oud-Heverlee Leuven. Clinton Mata was next to Sobol and De Ketelaere as an important goalscorer one of the best in Bruges. Nsoki then fell through the cracks again.
Simon Mignolet 6
Before the match there was a hole in his nets. It takes more to knock him off his feet. Didn’t stand a chance on Ozkacar’s header
Clinton Mata 7
Played better, but kept going and fighting and then scored the overdeserved equalizer himself.
Jack Hendry 6
As if he has been playing at Club for years. Started out authoritatively, but then faded somewhat. Headed the equalizer on the crossbar.
Stanley Nsoki 4
Was again more than acceptable a few times his casual self. His gratuitous pass to Maertens was without result, but his bad pass back did lead to the 0-1.
Eduard Sobol 7
Reached the backline several times and usually had a good cross on offer, but his assist counter remained at zero due to the poor finish of his mates.
Mats Rits 6
Feels comfortable as a basic pawn. Turned well a few times and tried to test Romo from all positions, without success.
Eder Balanta 6
Defensively on the lesson and offensively sometimes had good hunches. Changed on the hour for tactical reasons.
Hans Vanaken 6
The captain’s intentions were good, but the execution was insufficient. Showed himself too little to reach his top level.
Kamal Sowah 5
Couldn’t repeat his brilliant performance against Ostend two weeks ago against his ex-club. Was rightly replaced early.
Charles De Ketelaere 7
Got on well with Lang again and kept the entire Leuven defense talking, but couldn’t convert his mastery into a goal.
Noa Lang 6
Was often whirlwind down the line again but failed to put the icing on the cake.
Noah Mbamba 6
sunken. Did his job, with strong positional play, more than decent.
Bas Dost 6
Was thrown into battle on the hour to help save the furniture. Filled in well and created an extra threat in the box.