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Guldensporenstadion (Kortrijk)

KV Kortrijk 2-3 Anderlecht

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Anderlecht beat KV Kortrijk 3-2 in their Jupiler League match at the Guldensporenstadion in Kortrijk.

Belgium Belgium KV Kortrijk 2-3 Anderlecht
 
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Goals
10 mins — KV Kortrijk vs Anderlecht 0-1 — Defour penalty vs KV Kortrijk
60 mins — KV Kortrijk vs Anderlecht 0-2 — Mitrovic goal vs KV Kortrijk
70 mins — KV Kortrijk vs Anderlecht 1-2 — Dierckx goal vs Anderlecht
85 mins — KV Kortrijk vs Anderlecht 1-3 — Klještan goal vs KV Kortrijk
90 mins — KV Kortrijk vs Anderlecht 2-3 — Pavlovic goal vs Anderlecht
Match Stats

KV Kortrijk Starting Lineup

16 - D. Keet
17 - G. De Mets
14 - L. Mulemo
6 - B. Poulain
33 - Ž. Tomaševic
5 - A. També
8 - N. Pavlovic
20 - T. Matton
12 - L. Van Eenoo
11 - A. Marušic
9 - T. Chevalier

Anderlecht Starting XI

33 - D. Roef
3 - O. Deschacht
12 - M. Colin
22 - C. Mbemba
19 - S. Klještan
16 - S. Defour
7 - A. Najar
10 - D. Praet
15 - Z. Cyriac
45 - A. Mitrovic
18 - F. Acheampong

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