Noa Lang was on a roll tonight for Club Brugge, which beat KV Oostende 3-0 in the Jan Breydel Stadium. The 22-year-old attacker signed for the first and last goal on behalf of the champion of the Jupiler Pro League.
Noa Lang in the winning mood
Club Brugge is now in the lead with 14 points from seven matches. The Belgian champion of the past two seasons is two points ahead of Royale Union Saint-Gilloise. The club from Brussels, where Bart Nieuwkoop has participated in all duels, will play the away game at Racing Genk on Sunday evening. John van den Brom’s team is in fourth place.
Brugge in Champions League against Paris Saint Germain
Club Brugge next rival is PSG, and now can prepare for the home match against Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League. This match will be played on Wednesday at the start of the group stage. The French club will play the home game against Clermont Foot on Saturday. PSG coach Mauricio Pochettino leaves Neymar and Argentina internationals Lionel Messi, Leandro Paredes and Angel Di María out of his selection for that game after a hectic international match in South America. Club Brugge also plays against Manchester City and RB Leipzig in the Champions League.