Also in his second match for Club Brugge, Bas Dost scored Sunday. He was also responsible for the fact that the leader won a visit to Beerschot with 3-0.
Dost, taken over from Eintracht Frankfurt in December, scored after 13 minutes on his debut against STVV. That duel was won by 2-1.
Against Beerschot it took a quarter of an hour before the Dutchman extended the ball from a cross of Charles De Ketelaere along goalkeeper Mike Vanhamel to the goal. Four minutes later it was already 0-2 by a hit from Odilon Kossounou. Noa Lang made it 0-3 in the 82nd minute. The former Ajacied showed his undershirt with a tribute to his late grandmother. It cost the emotional assailant a yellow card. Stefano Denswil, rented from Bologna, came to replace him not much later.
Club Brugge leads in the Pro League with 7 points ahead of Racing Genk, which lost 2-0 on Saturday at Excelsior Mouscron.