Red? Yellow? Penalty kick? No penalty kick? There was quite a bit of fodder for discussion in the air at Le Furthermore where Kortrijk played for the points and Mouscron at most for the honour. But the burenduel has always something more than a simple play-off 2 game.
The dolls were dancing in the 24th minute, just after Amallah Awoniyi deep had sent. The Liverpool-mercenary took aim next to the goalkeeper and goal post, as he did at the start of the second half when Leye him able had unlocked. The first point of discussion came when Dussenne with a straight leg to the advancing Chevalier went. He touched the ball, and shin and Jan Boterberg pulled resolutely red. In the van they were there, so certainly not of and called the umpire to the tv, but the Oostendenaar stayed with his decision: a misnoegde Dussenne out!
The next action is again caused to pro’s and contra’s: Awoniyi jerked with his large body to goal, outside the penalty area just touched by Kagelmacher, lost somewhat in the balance and was pleased about the leg of a weak Golubovic. Good for a contested penalty and a yellow card for Rougeaux, the only defender that the action had nothing to do. Mbaye Leye kicked the penalty with confidence and class in the corner.