Thorup is disappointed after Genk debut: “Wasn’t a red card”

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Jess Thorup failed to lead KRC Genk to the three points on his official debut. The Limburgers had to settle for a 2-2 draw against the surprising KV Oostende on Monday evening. Although that result could have looked completely different.

At the beginning of the second half, Genk took the lead, but not much later it came with a man less after a red card for Bastien Toma. However, Thorup did not think the exclusion of his playmaker was justified. “I didn’t think it was a red card for Toma, but I can’t change the referee’s decision. That exclusion was of course a turning point in the game,” he was quoted as saying. Sporza.

Not a dream start for the Danish coach. Although, given the circumstances, he can still be quite satisfied with a point. “You always want to win, so of course we are disappointed. But if you play 35 minutes with a man less, you can be happy that you still have a point”, he could hardly hide his disappointment.


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