worst attack vs. worst defense of the series

worst attack vs. worst defense of the series
worst attack vs. worst defense of the series

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With barely 6 goals in this phase of the competition, Standard’s promises have the dubious title of the worst attack in the series. Not that we judge the individual qualities of players, the team simply scored the fewest goals so far.

Two of those goals at the red lantern were scored by Romaine Mundle. After his injury, the player from the first team came to regain match rhythm with the reserves and showed great added value. Other scorers at SL16 are Brahim Ghalidi, Noah Makembo-Ntemo, Mouad El Fanis and Daan Dierckx.

Best offense, but worst defense

Those 6 goals are in stark contrast to the offensive wealth of Jong Genk, Friday evening’s opponent. The Limburg promises have already scored 20 goals this season and currently, together with Zulte Waregem, have the title of best attack in the series.

Not that SL16 FC should therefore consider itself without a chance in the relegation match against Jong Genk. Despite the number of goals scored, coach Jelle Coen’s troops are ironically also the team with the worst defense in the series. At least according to the statistics: they have already been beaten 24 times in 11 matches.

Goals scored:
20: Zulte Waregem and Jong Genk
18: RSCA Futures
17: FCV Dender EH and Lierse K.
16: Beerschot VA, RFC Liège and Club NXT
15: Patro Eisden
14: Lommel SK
13: SK Beveren and KMSK Deinze
12: RFC Seraing
11: Francs Borains
8: KV Oostende

Goals against:
24: Young Genk
20: Lierse K.
18: Francs Borains
16: RSCA Futures, Club NXT and RFC Seraing
14: FCV Dender EH and RFC Liège
12: KMSK Deinze
11: Zulte Waregem, Patro Eisden, SK Beveren and KV Oostende
10: Lommel SK
9: Beerschot VA

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