Aleksander Buksa scored a real “entrance of the dragon”. Not only did he score in his first game for the new club, he did it on the day he signed his contract and in the 101st second of the match. I couldn’t ask for a better welcome to the team.
The box had an entrance. He barely signed a contract and already scored a goal
The 20-year-old striker was loaned to Standard Liège from Italian side Genoa. However, he also spent the previous six months in Belgium on loan at OH Leuven. He played there in the club’s reserves, playing in the third division. So far, the same is to be the case with the Standard team. However, the debut in the second division team under the age of 23 SL16 FC fills with a lot of optimism.
Two minutes of the match against SK Beveren have not passed, and Buksa has already scored the first goal. Da Silva sent a cross into the penalty area, Brrou kicked the ball, and it hit the Pole’s back. However, he consciously turned around, took advantage of the confusion in the penalty area and sent a shot on goal. The surprised goalkeeper capitulated. Video below.
Buksa’s goal contributed to a real surprise. They took points from the leader
The Pole’s joy was fully justified. Before this round, Beveren occupied the first place in the second division table and this season they are fighting promotion. SL16 FC was ranked 10th out of 12 teams. So it was a huge surprise. She was even closer after an hour of play. Dodeigne made it 2:0. However, Beveren returned from a long journey and in the last 10 minutes made up for the loss. Barry’s and Hrncar’s goals made it 2-2. A draw in this meeting is already a big achievement for Standard’s reserves. Although they remained in 10th position, they pushed Beveren out of the lead.
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It was the sixth goal of the season for Aleksander Buksa. In the autumn round, he appeared in 16 matches for Leuven’s reserves, in which he scored five goals. Unfortunately, he still failed to make his debut in the Belgian top flight.
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