Sunderland turned off in the FA Cup, Stuivenberg equal in Genk debut
Patrick Bolted on Tuesday, with Sunderland off in the third round of the FA Cup. Albert Stuivenberg made his debut with a tie as the head coach of KRC Genk.
Sunderland lost the replay against Burnley 2-0 at Turf Moor. Ten days ago, scored both teams are not in the Stadium of Light.
Sam Vokes put the home team Tuesday just before half-time lead and in the final velde Andre Grey, the judgment about the ‘Black Cats’ of David Moyes, who Bolted ninety minutes left.
Christian Benteke helped Queens Park Rangers to the fourth round of the main English cup. The Belgian striker scored in the replay against Bolton Wanderers two times: 2-1.
The amateurs of Lincoln City, standing on the fifth level, stuntten by 1-0 to win Championship club Ipswich Town. Competitiegenoot Sutton United surprised on a visit to derdedivisionist AFC Wimbledon (1-2).
Fleetwood Town in League One play, lost on their own field of second divisionist Bristol City (0-1).
Stuivenberg was his first game as head coach of KRC Genk will not win. The Dutchman saw his team in the first cup match against KV Oostende with a 1-1 tied. On January 31, is the return in the semi-finals of the Croky Cup.
Genk did himself in Ostend deficit. The team of the 46-year-old Stuivenberg, the former assistant of Louis van Gaal at Manchester United, missing in the aftermath of too many opportunities. Kevin Vandendriessche brought in the 21st minute the home team the lead. Ruslan Malinovski made ten minutes after the rest the same.
The Dutchman Marco Bizot defended the goal of Genk. In the other semi-final will play Zulte Waregem Wednesday at home against Eupen.