McGeehan not happy about penalty kick Racing Genk: “Hopefully revised rules soon, because this is ridiculous” – Voetbalnieuws


KV Oostende also continued its unbeaten series against Racing Genk. In the well-known style – a lot of movement and urge forwards – the Kustboys once again attracted the neutral football fan on Monday evening.

It was Cameron McGeehan who quickly put KVO ahead. He was there like the chickens to slide in a fired shot from Hjulsager. “I am very happy with my first goal for Ostend. I think we should therefore be happy with a point tonight. Both teams had the opportunity to win a victory”, said the look-a-like of Björn Vleminckx .

And so KV Oostende remains unbeaten for a week longer. The last defeat dates back to August 15, in Charleroi (1-0). “The click has come faster than expected. Don’t forget that we are a new team. We are getting better and better, and confidence is growing. The momentum is clearly with us.”


Also in the second half McGeehan (unwillingly) claimed the leading role. A corner kick ended up on his hand. After watching the footage for minutes, Laforge decided it was enough for a penalty kick.

“Well, it is all so unclear. Now you can just kick the ball expressly against someone’s hand and score a penalty,” said McGeehan. “Hopefully those rules will be revised soon, because this is really ridiculous.”

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