“Without all those late counter goals, Anderlecht are now in the lead 19/21” | Jupiler Pro League

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The troubled Anderlecht saw a three-pointer again drilled through the nose against Eupen on Sunday. A blunder from defender Luckassen cost the Purple & White the victory. In Extra Time analyst Arnar Vidarsson mentioned a pattern, because RSCA appears to have a patent on late counter goals.

The games of RSCA this season:

1- KV Mechelen – Anderlecht 2-2 (goals against after 83 and 85 minutes)
2- Anderlecht – STVV 3-1 (goal against after 88 minutes)
3- Anderlecht – Mouscron 1-1 (goal against after 93 minutes)
4- KV Oostende – Anderlecht 2-2 (goals against after 11 and 34 minutes)
5- Anderlecht – Cercle Brugge 2-0
6- Waasland-Beveren – Anderlecht 2-4 (against goals after 64 and 88 minutes)
7- Anderlecht – Eupen 1-1 (goal against after 90 minutes)

“Lack of maturity and experience”

“It is striking that Anderlecht conceded many goals in the last 10 minutes. That has already cost them 6 points this season. If that does not happen, Anderlecht now have 19/21 and Charleroi is in the lead, it’s that simple”, Arnar Vidarsson knows.

“It was also the case last season: too many goals in the final phase of the match. You see that Anderlecht are often less strong in the second half and in the final phase of a match. Eupen, too, saw you getting into the match better on Sunday. . “

“Why is that? Fatigue, anyway. But also due to a lack of experience. A team like Charleroi, with a lot of maturity and experience, does not encounter this.”





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