Kortrijk and STVV can’t hurt each other, 3rd draw in a row for STVV

  1. 37′ – Yellow – Aboubakary Koita
  1. 84′ – Cont. Daichi Hayashi by Fatih Kaya
  2. 78′ – Cont. Dylan Mbayo by Dion De Neve
  3. 62′ – Cont. Habib Gueye by Billel Messaoudi
  4. 62′ – Cont. Habib Keita by Kevin Vandendriessche
  5. 58′ – Cont. Shinji Kagawa by Christian Brüls

KV Kortrijk and STVV have divided the cake in the Guldenspoor Stadium. The Limburgers came closest to victory, but winning is so difficult this season.

  • Key moment: We are heading for a goalless draw, but in the last ten minutes Boya decides differently. With a nice spin ball, he sees his shot on the post explode.
  • Man of the match: Frank Boya pulled his string in midfield. He made some good infiltrations and almost crowned himself the match winner.
  • Remarkable: STVV has not lost this season yet, but has already drawn for the 3rd time. They are now unbeaten in 12 league games.

A half without great chances

It was a first half to quickly forget in the Guldenspoor Stadium. Kortrijk and STVV had it so difficult to put something together.

The possession of the ball was for STVV, the (pale) chances were for the home team. Even if it was looking for possibilities with a magnifying glass. Fortunately for the fans, the sun was shining and a drink could still be enjoyed.

Boya hits the post

The second half brought some improvement. D’Haene came very close to scoring once. The captain of Kortrijk did everything right, but saw his shot blocked. Boya hit the post on the other side.

In the final phase, STVV put the home team under considerable pressure. The Canaries didn’t get any further than a header into Bruno’s side net.

So a logical draw. Kortrijk cannot win at home again. The last home win dates back to February 19.

Hollerbach: “Compliments to my team”

  • Wolke Janssens (STVV): “All in all it is a deserved draw. They had chances and so did we. I think we have started the match well. Then I think both teams can live with a 0-0. We have been unbeaten for 12 matches. That’s a series to be proud of.”
  • Kristof D’Haene (Kortrijk): “The block was very good for us. Depending on the game, I think a point is justified. If we could play the last pass and the counter well, we could be more dangerous. We were of course in block. That was our tactic today. It was good. They didn’t really have many chances. We have to play it better. But we are working. That will come.”
  • Bernd Hollerbach (STVV): “I think from the beginning of the game we showed that we wanted to win. We pushed from the beginning to the end. Compliments to my team. But on the counter we had to pay attention. In the end I think we deserved the win. We had some bad luck with Boya’s shot hit the post.”
  • Karim Belhocine (Kortrijk): “We had a lot of opportunities in the first half, but so did they. In the second half they did put some pressure on us. STVV is a very good team. We knew that they had already been unbeaten in 11 games and that they could be dangerous in the second half. switchover.”
  1. rest after 105 minutes, 20 hours 04. End. The game ends as it began: with a spectacle score. There was some improvement in the second half, but both teams had a hard time creating opportunities. Boya was closest to a goal with a shot that hit the post. .
  2. second half, minute 93 match over
  3. second half, minute 84. Substitution at STVV, Fatih Kaya in, Daichi Hayashi out
  4. Boya hits the post! STVV is now putting a lot of pressure on Kortrijk. Boya targets the farthest post from a sharp angle. He also turns his shot well, but the ball explodes on the post.  . second half, minute 81.
  5. second half, minute 78. Substitution at KV Kortrijk, Dion De Neve in, Dylan Mbayo out
  6. second half, minute 76. ‘Then try it from afar’, Boya seems to think. He also shoots, but the sights are not focused yet.   .
  7. second half, minute 75. With fifteen minutes to go, things can go either way in this match. Will we still get a winner in the final phase? Or will STVV draw for a 3rd time in a row? .
  8. second half, minute 68. D’Haene close to 1-0. There was almost the opening goal. Selemani comes up with a nice bouncer towards D’Haene. He also cuts free, but sees his shot blocked. The second half is quite enjoyable.  .
  9. second half, minute 66. There is a little more enthusiasm in the match. Especially on the part of STVV. Simon Bossuyt on Radio 1.
  10. second half, minute 64. Koita tests Ilic’s fists with a shot from just outside the box. The Kortrijk goalkeeper is able to box away the leather well.  .
  11. second half, minute 63. Hayashi now tries it once on the counter. At Kortrijk, however, they are quickly back in position so that they can avoid an opportunity for the visitors.  .
  12. second half, minute 62. Substitution at KV Kortrijk, Billel Messaoudi in, Habib Guèye out
  13. second half, minute 62. Substitution at KV Kortrijk, Kevin Vandendriessche in, Habib Keita out
  14. Rescue Ilic. Quite a bit of threat from STVV. Boya can put his foot on a cross from the right, but Ilic saves the home team.  . second half, minute 61.
  15. second half, minute 58. Substitution at STVV, Christian Brüls in, Shinji Kagawa out
  16. second half, minute 57. Hollerbach sees that his team lacks some creativity. Brüls now has to take care of that. He may fill in for Kagawa.  .
  17. second half, minute 54. In the second half it is also a matter of looking for opportunities with a magnifying glass. Both goalkeepers are experiencing a quiet summer evening for the time being.  .
  18. second half, minute 50. I don’t get really warm from the game of both teams. Simon Bossuyt on Radio 1.
  19. second half, minute 47. Kortrijk wins a free kick on the left, which is up to D’Haene. He cuts his cross well, but Watanabe just can’t reach it. We get excitement right away.  .
  20. second half, minute 46 match started

Source: Sporza

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