21 out of 21! Antwerp piles up the victories under Mark van Bommel | Jupiler Pro League 2022/2023


Sun 04 September 2022

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  1. 33′ – Goal penalty kick – Vincent Janssen (1 – 0)
  1. 90′ – Cont. Alhassan Yusuf by Faris Haroun
  2. 87′ – Yellow – Maxim De Cuyper
  3. 85′ – Cont. Jelle Bataille by Ritchie De Laet
  4. 84′ – Cont. Koji Miyoshi by Bruny Nsimba
  5. 83′ – Yellow – Kyan Vaesen
  6. 82′ – Goal – Anthony Valencia (3 – 0)
  7. 77′ – Cont. Lyle Foster by Mathias Fixelles
  8. 77′ – Cont. Nene Dorgeles by Kyan Vaesen
  9. 76′ – Cont. Bryan Reynolds by Ravil Tagir
  10. 76′ – Cont. Calvin Stengs by Anthony Valencia
  11. 76′ – Cont. Jurgen Ekkelenkamp by Radja Nainggolan
  12. 71′ – Cont. Roman Neustädter by Igor Vetokele
  13. 70′ – Cont. Tuur Dierckx by Halil Akbunar
  14. 50′ – Goal – Koji Miyoshi (2 – 0)

Matchday 704-09-2022 16:00

The perfect report of Antwerp in the Jupiler Pro League has not been jeopardized against Westerlo. At the Bosuil, the PhD student went for the ax 3-0.

Antwerp – Westerlo in a nutshell:

  • key moment: Westerlo didn’t play a bad first half, but just past the half hour, Ekkelenkamp went into the penalty area after a nice dribble over De Cuyper’s leg. Janssen converts the penalty flawlessly and Westerlo can never react again.
  • Man of the match: The Dutch Vincent Janssen, Jurgen Ekkelenkamp and debutant Calvin Stengs played an excellent match. It is not easy to highlight someone specifically, the Antwerp collective was rock solid.
  • Remarkable: 7 victories in a row and thus 21 out of 21. Antwerp equals its club record from 1930 and is in the lead in our competition with a lead of 5 points over Club Brugge and KRC Genk.
  1. second half, minute 92. End. No extra time and that would have been completely unnecessary. Antwerp was efficient and easily beat Westerlo, who is left behind with 0 out of 9.  Vincent Janssen took care of the 1-0 from the penalty spot before the break and then Miyoshi quickly cut the Ruff’s breath away. In the final, substitute Valencia increased the score a bit. .

    End

    No extra time and that would have been completely unnecessary. Antwerp was efficient and easily beat Westerlo, which is left behind with 0 to 9.

    Vincent Janssen took care of the 1-0 from the penalty spot before the break and then Miyoshi quickly cut the Ruff’s breath away. In the final, substitute Valencia increased the score a bit.

  2. second half, minute 91 match over
  3. second half, minute 90. Substitution at Antwerp, Faris Haroun in, Alhassan Yusuf out
  4. second half, minute 89. “Haroun, Haroun”. Faris Haroun comes in in the final minute. Yusuf, who played excellently, goes to the side. The fans can taste the replacement of their crowd favorite. .

    “Haroun, Haroun”

    Faris Haroun comes in in the final minute. Yusuf, who played excellently, goes to the side. The fans can taste the replacement of their crowd favorite.

  5. second half, minute 88. Nsimba in the side net. The supporters are enjoying themselves, but there is not much spectacle anymore. Nsimba strikes again from a sharp angle, his attempt is not really dangerous. .

    Nsimba in the side net

    The supporters are enjoying themselves, but there is not much spectacle anymore. Nsimba strikes again from a sharp angle, his attempt is not really dangerous.

  6. second half, minute 87. Nainggolan fights for possession and immediately wants to strike, but at Westerlo they obviously know his qualities and his shot is blocked. 3 minutes of regular time left. .

    Nainggolan fights for possession and immediately wants to strike, but at Westerlo they obviously know his qualities and his shot is blocked. 3 minutes of regular time left.

  7. Yellow card for Maxim De Cuyper van Westerlo during the second half, minute 87
  8. second half, minute 85. Substitution at Antwerp, Ritchie De Laet in, Jelle Bataille out
  9. second half, minute 84. Substitution at Antwerp, Bruny Nsimba in, Koji Miyoshi out
  10. second half, minute 84. Janssen goes to the side. With a goal and a (lucky) assist, he goes to the side. The young Nsimba gets a handful of playing minutes. .

    Janssen goes to the side. With a goal and a (lucky) assist, he goes to the side. The young Nsimba gets a handful of playing minutes.

  11. Yellow card for Kyan Vaesen van Westerlo during the second half, minute 83
  12. second half, minute 83.
  13. second half, minute 82. Valencia by luck! It really is all good for Antwerp! Perdichizzi actually blocks a shot from Janssen well, but with all the luck in the world the ball caprioles to Valencia, who makes it 3-0. The remaining 10 minutes are of course completely unnecessary. .

    Valencia by luck!

    It really is all good for Antwerp! Perdichizzi actually blocks a shot from Janssen well, but with all the luck in the world the ball caprioles to Valencia, who makes it 3-0. The remaining 10 minutes are of course completely unnecessary.

  14. Goal during the second half, minute 82 by Anthony Valencia of Antwerp. 3.0.

    Antwerp Westerlo

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  15. second half, minute 80. It has been clear for some time that Westerlo is obliged to accept a defeat. The Ruffs are trying their hardest, but they haven’t come near Butez for a long time. .

    It has been clear for some time that Westerlo is obliged to accept defeat. The Ruffs are trying their hardest, but they haven’t come near Butez for a long time.

  16. second half, minute 77. Substitution at Westerlo, Mathias Fixelles in, Lyle Foster out
  17. second half, minute 77. Substitution at Westerlo, Kyan Vaesen in, Nene Dorgeles out
  18. second half, minute 76. Substitution at Westerlo, Ravil Tagir in, Bryan Reynolds out
  19. second half, minute 76. Substitution at Antwerp, Anthony Valencia in, Calvin Stengs out
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