Youssouph Badji was a bright spot at Club Brugge – Football News

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Club Brugge played a lousy first half against Antwerp. Losing trainer Philippe Clement was the first to admit that. After a sermon during the break it went better. Did that have to do with the input of Youssouph Badji?

The Bruges trainer was already satisfied with the performance of the young striker. He put Antwerp goalkeeper to work twice during his 40-minute substitution. And made more threats than Okereke, the man he came to relieve.

Better second half

“That boy is eighteen years old and has only been in Europe for six months. As Club Brugge, we should not focus all our hopes and confidence on him in the coming months. So we are going to be able to bring it in at certain times, ”says Clement.

Although the contrast after the contribution of Badji might also have to do with the fact that Club tapped out in the second half. “Everyone made their mark after the break.”

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