Pro League: Sint-Truiden beats AS Eupen 2-0 on Saturday

  • twitter sharing button
  • facebook sharing button
  • whatsapp sharing button
  • instagram sharing button
  • Google News

EUPEN. Sint-Truiden defeats AS Eupen with a 2-0 win with a goal from G. Bruno (44') and an own goal from J. Davidson (68').

EUPEN. Sint-Truiden prevails over AS Eupen with a 2-0 win with a goal from G. Bruno (44′) and an own goal from J. Davidson (68′).

The match was played at the Stadion am Kehrweg stadium in Eupen on Saturday and it started at 6:15 pm local time. The referee was Lawrence Visser who had the assistance of Rien Vanyzere and Thibaud Nijssen. The 4th official was Maarten Toeback. The weather was drizzle. The temperature was cold around 9.8 degrees Celsius or 49.62 Fahrenheit. Humidity was up to 95%.​

Match Statistics

There wasn’t much of a difference in ball possession. AS Eupen was in possession of the ball for 52% of the time vs. Sint-Truiden that controlled the ball for 48% of the time.

AS Eupen was more aggressive with 38 dangerous attacks and 8 shots of which 0 were on target. Anyhow, Sint-Truiden found a way to find the solution to win this encounter.​

AS Eupen shot 8 times, 0 on target, 8 off target. On the other side, Sint-Truiden shot 10 times, 5 on target, 5 off target.


AS Eupen received 1 yellow card (Stef Peeters). Talking about the opposition, Sint-Truiden received 1 yellow card (Toni Leistner).

After this match, AS Eupen will stay with 19 points like Mechelen to stay in the 14th place. Regarding the opposition, Sint-Truiden will have 27 points to stay in the 9th place.

Match Events

  • 44'

    Gianni Bruno

  • 60'

    Isaac Nuhu

    Isaac Christie-Davies

  • 61'

    Nathan Bitumazala

    Smail Prevljak

  • 61'

    Ibrahim Diakité

    Yentl Van Genechten

  • 62'

    Toni Leistner

  • 68'

    Jason Davidson (OG)

  • 80'

    Stef Peeters

  • 82'

    Teddy Alloh

    Regan Charles-Cook

  • 82'

    Jérôme Déom

    Jason Davidson

  • 85'

    Fatih Kaya

    Gianni Bruno

  • 90'

    Stan Van Dessel

    Daichi Hayashi

Next match

In the upcoming Pro League match, AS Eupen will play away with OH Leuven on the 17th of January with a 3-0 head to head statistic in favor of AS Eupen (2 draws).

Sint-Truiden will host Club Brugge on the 19th of January with a 20-2 head to head in favor of Club Brugge (7 draws).

AS Eupen: Formation and Lineups

AS Eupen started with a 3-5-2 line-up (3-5-2).

The manager Edward Still chose to play with the following team: Lennart Moser (6.6), Boris Lambert (6.4), Rune Paeshuyse (6.5), Jason Davidson (6.4), Yentl Van Genechten (7.3), Gary Magnee (7.1), Stef Peeters (7.1), Isaac Christie-Davies (6.6), Regan Charles-Cook (6.8), Konan N’Dri (6.7) and Smail Prevljak (6.5).


AS Eupen made 5 changes: Isaac Christie-Davies for Isaac Nuhu (60′), Smail Prevljak for Nathan Bitumazala (61′), Yentl Van Genechten for Ibrahim Diakité (61′), Regan Charles-Cook for Teddy Alloh (82′) and Jason Davidson for Jérôme Déom (82′).

Top player: Yentl Van Genechten

Probably the most impressive player in AS Eupen was Yentl Van Genechten.

His rating is (7.3) with 10 passes (90% accurate) and 1 key pass. He was won 4 duels out of 4. He performed 1 cross.

Sint-Truiden: Formation and Lineups

Sint-Truiden started with a 3-4-1-2 line-up (3-4-1-2).

Talking about the opposition, Bernd Hollerbach played with: Daniel Schmidt (7.3), Wolke Janssens (7.0), Toni Leistner (7.0), Robert Bauer (7.2), Daiki Hashioka (7.1), Frank Boya (7.6), Olivier Dumont (6.7), Aboubakary Koita (7.5), Shinji Okazaki (6.5), Gianni Bruno (7.2) and Daichi Hayashi (7.1).


Sint-Truiden made 2 changes: Gianni Bruno for Fatih Kaya (85′) and Daichi Hayashi for Stan Van Dessel (90′).

Top player: Frank Boya

The player who no doubt impressed Sint-Truiden the most was Frank Boya even if he didn’t score any goal.

His rating is (7.6) with 43 passes (72% accurate) and 3 key passes. He was won 4 duels out of 7.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the Pro League


Scott Newman

Approximately ten years after the general public realised that he would never be able to play professional football, Scott followed the well-trod road of earning a degree in philosophy and mathematics before slipping into sports data journalism. Over the course of more than 10 years in the business, he has covered almost every sport under the sun, including floor gymnastics, basketball, tennis, and bowling, but he is most knowledgeable about football. Scott typically responds to inquiries about his work by saying that he "tries to make numbers interesting." To find out if he is successful, you will need to click on some of his articles.