The Belgian midfielder punctuated a mess that began on a Jamie Vardy cross, while Leicester struggled to put their nose to the window at West Ham.

Struggling at West Ham, the Leicester City Foxes managed to close the gap despite their shorthandedness and clear dominance by the Hammers. The goal is Belgian: a cross from Vardy from the right crossed the entire rectangle of West Ham to finally land – not without a bit of success – in the feet of Tielemans. The Red Devil punctuated this unacademic action in two stages, after a happy cons.

The hope lasted ten minutes, enough time for David Moyes’ men to once again widen the gap thanks to a fine achievement by Michail Antonio (3-1).

The visitors were reduced to ten following a sole from Ayoze Perez, sanctioned by the referee after video support intervened.

Tuesday and Wednesday, the seasonal maxima will be between 17 degrees on the Ardennes terrain and 22 degrees.

Although vaccines provide effective protection against the coronavirus, they are not 100% effective. Here are the most common symptoms experienced by people who have been vaccinated.

A Belgian of Afghan origin waited among the crowds at Kabul airport last Friday. According to his brother, an American soldier shot him.

Sunday night’s excesses during the Nice-Marseille match are a reminder that the safety of supporters and players is not always guaranteed in the stadiums. In Belgium, the invasion of the field has always been rare, even non-existent, despite the proximity of the fans to the lawn. While the system does not prevent incivility, the fact that it is not purely repressive and that it relies more on maintaining dialogue between clubs and supporters is certainly an asset.

By Guillaume Raedts, Benjamin Helson, Didier Schyns, Vincent Miller, Jérôme Vidotto and Vincent Joséphy

While the transfer market will close next Tuesday at midnight, many clubs are still hoping to attract reinforcements or downsize an overgrown core.

Established this weekend during the trip to Zulte Waregem, Martin Wasinski and Jackson Tchatchoua proved that Sporting de Charleroi could now count on its young people. This bodes well for the future.

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