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Versluys Arena (Oostende)

Oostende 0-1 Anderlecht

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Anderlecht beat Oostende 1-0 in their Jupiler League - Championship Group match at the Versluys Arena in Oostende.

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48 mins — Oostende vs Anderlecht 0-1 — Hanni goal vs Oostende
Match Stats

Oostende Starting Lineup

1 - S. Proto
18 - D. Rozehnal
27 - B. Capon
44 - A. Milic
7 - S. Siani
10 - F. Berrier
26 - K. Vandendriessche
55 - Fernando Canesin
77 - A. Marušic
8 - Y. El Ghanassy
19 - L. Dimata

Anderlecht Starting XI

23 - F. Boeckx
37 - I. Obradovic
4 - K. Mbodji
12 - D. Appiah
5 - U. Spajic
11 - A. Chipciu
94 - S. Hanni
25 - A. Trebel
32 - L. Dendoncker
31 - Y. Tielemans
91 - L. Teodorczyk

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