After an unchallenged domination of the championship at the end of the regular competition with Leopold, Belgium’s best pyrotechnician wants to finally win his first national title.
By LAURENT TOUSSAINT
In only 8 days, the Belgian championship will know its epilogue when the successor of Racing will crown the national laurels in Brasschaat. But no one today can say with certainty who will win the coveted title. Indeed, the semi-finalists – the Léopold, the Dragons, the Gantoise and the Waterloo Ducks – each have intrinsic qualities and can put forward formidable arguments when the opposing forces are assessed. Nevertheless, at the end of the 22 days of the regular phase, a team still made an impression by posting impressive statistics. Leopold only lost one duel but above all they were extremely prolific in the closing zone with 111 goals (an average of more than 5 goals per match!).
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