RSC Anderlecht future shares against Beveren, Anwar Ait El Haj finds way to goal
Day three of the Challenger Pro League started with a 2-2 draw between RSCA Future and Beveren. A meeting marked by the first goalAnwar Ait El Hajj From April 10, who refused to evolve into the “youth” team and has since regretted this refusal.
The Mauves then opened the scoring through Anwar Ait El Haj through Antoine Kolasin (19th, 1-0) but were overrun by the Weslandians, who only struck twice through Daniel Moderner (21st, 1-1) and Joachim van Damme. (70th). But Mohamed Bouchuari saved Anderlechtois from their first defeat (90th + 4, 2-2).
In the standings, the young Mauves are second with 5 points and Beveren, who are yet to win, are 10th (2 points). At 8pm, Deinze (4 points, 4th) will play again against Virton (9th) in its facilities, who have signed two shares against RWDM and Beveren.
On Friday, SL 16 scored their first 0-1 win at FC Dender, thanks to Leandre Kuavita (75th), who had already scored in the first two days. Young Rouches finished third with 5 points. With three defeats on the clock, Dender are the only team without any points. Lommel took first place (6 points) in the Limburg derby with a 0-3 win for Kau Vinicius (43rd) and Augustin Anello (60th, 74th) over Jong Genk and pushed the young Gencois to 7th position (3 points).
On Sunday at 4:00 p.m., Club NXT (1 point, 11th) will try for their first win against RWDM (4 points, 6th). At 8pm, Bearshot (4 points, 5th) will play their second match behind closed doors against Lears (3 points, 8th).