The former AaB-player Joakim Mæhle showed again målfarlighed, when he scored for Genk in the victory over Anderlecht in the best belgian variety.
Genk won the showdown in the Jupiler League 3-0 and came well from the country in the group stage of the championship in Belgium.
Joakim Mæhle brought Genk in front 1-0 after half an hour, as the Danish højreback was followed up in the attack and came running and headede the ball into the goal from close range.
Junya Ito increased to 2-0 after 55 minutes, and Anderlecht did not manage to get back in the showdown, and instead it was 3-0 to Genk eight minutes before time.
It was Joakim Mæhles third league goal and his second in the last three matches, after he earlier in march was the match winner in the 1-0 victory over Lokeren.
Then was Mæhle last listed for a presentation to the goal in the showdown against Zulte Waregem.
In the Europa League is the team in this season recorded three assists.
The belgian league is screwed together in a way so it resembles the Danish model in the Danish Superliga, where there is a base game, and where, at one point in the season is gruppeinddelinger for the top places and relegation.
Six of clubs player of the belgian championship and on the seats in the european tournaments.
With the victory topper Genk with 35 points for a single group stage match, and the club have five points down to Standard Liege, who are in second place, has also been in action in the group a single time.