Sunday evening’s games end in draws Author: MB

Mon 11/09/2017 - 10:34 MB The last two Belgian First Division matches both ended in draws. A disappointing game between Standard de Liège and their bitter rivals, top of the table Sporting Charleroi ended goalless. Charleroi got what they had clearly gone to Liège for: a draw. The result leaves Sporting Charleroi alone at the top of the table with 16 points from 6 games. Standard de Liège’s poor start to the season continues. They have just 5 points from 6 games.

First point of the season for KV Oostende

KVO Oostende gain their first point of the season after a 1-1 draw away at KV Mechelen. Both goals were scored in the second half. KV Mechelen went down to 10 men after Faycal Rherras was sent off on 67 minutes.

KV Oostende opened the scoring 4 minutes later through Musona. However, the West Flemings’ joy was short-lived as Hassane Bandé equalised for KV Mechelen on 79 minutes to make for a final score of 1-1.

The result sees KV Oostende pick up their first point of the season. However, they remain bottom with 1 point from 6 games. KV Mechelen are 13th with 4 points.