Finally a victory for FC Beaufort Middelkerke (Bruges)

Finally a victory for FC Beaufort Middelkerke (Bruges)
Finally a victory for FC Beaufort Middelkerke (Bruges)

Second Provincial Women West Flanders

FC Beaufort Middelkerke – Cerkelladies Brugge B

FC Beaufort Middelkerke finally ended the unfortunate series of four consecutive defeats. The first point that was long awaited was taken in the home match against Cerkelladies Brugge B. It ended 5-2.

Source: RBFA app

Today at 6:35 PM

Laura Vandenberghe opened the score for the home team in the first minute. Ilona Ben Sadik leveled Cerkelladies Brugge B in the 27th minute. Louise Lantsoght (Cerkelladies Brugge B) was shown the yellow card in the 38th minute. Lhaviyani Van Damme gave the away team the lead in the 42nd minute. Immediately after the break, Eva Wylein brought FC Beaufort Middelkerke alongside. FC Beaufort Middelkerke scored after 66 minutes to make the score 3-2. With six minutes left on the clock, Renée Lagrou further increased the score for FC Beaufort Middelkerke. The eventual 5-2 for FC Beaufort Middelkerke was made just before the end by Emma Lucrèse Van Meurs.

In the last five matches, FC Beaufort Middelkerke has one win and four losses, while Cerkelladies Brugge B has two wins and three losses.

FC Beaufort Middelkerke will play away against Famkes WDM C on Sunday, November 12 at 2:30 PM. On the same day, Cerkelladies Brugge B will play at home against SK Eernegem at 3 PM.

GOALS: 1′ Vandenberghe 1-0, 27′ Ben Sadik 1-1, 42′ Van Damme 1-2, 49′ Wylein 2-2, 84′ Lagrou 4-2, 86′ Van Meurs 5-2.

YELLOW CARD: 38′ Lantsoght (Cerkelladies Brugge B).

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