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Beşiktaş, which continues its way from the group stage in the UEFA Conference League, will face Club Brugge in its first match. All details about the match are wondered and researched by football fans. So, when is the Club Brugge – Beşiktaş match? At what time and on which channel will the BJK match be broadcast live?
WHEN IS THE CLUB BRUGGE – BEŞİKTAŞ MATCH? AT WHAT TIME AND ON WHICH CHANNEL WILL BJK MATCH BE BROADCAST LIVE?
Club Brugge – Beşiktaş match It will be broadcast live on Exxen on Thursday, September 21st at 22:00.
Club Brugge: Mignolet, Sabbe, Mechele, Spileers, Cuyper, Cetlesen, Onyedika, Vanaken, Olsen, Zinckernagel, Thiago.
Besiktas: Mert, Rosier, Necip, Colley, Masuaku, Amir, Chamberlain, Rashica, Gedson, Muleka, Aboubakar.
236TH MEETING IN EUROPE
Beşiktaş will play its 236th match in European cups with the Club Brugge match. In the remaining 235 competitions, the black-white team had 89 wins, 47 draws and 99 defeats. Beşiktaş, which scored 310 times in the matches in question, conceded 349 goals.
UNDEFEATED THIS SEASON
Black Eagle won all 6 matches in the European Conference League this season. The black-white team defeated Tirana with scores of 3-1 and 2-0 in the 2nd Qualifying Round, and beat Neftçi 3-1 and 2-1 in the 3rd Qualifying Round. In the play-offs, Mircea Lucescu’s team maintained its undefeated title by beating Dynamo Kiev 3-2 and 1-0.
4TH TIME WITH CLUB BRUGGE
Beşiktaş will compete with Club Brugge on the European stage for the 4th time. Of the remaining 3 matches, Brugge won 2 and Istanbul representative won 1.
Club Brugge defeated its opponent with scores of 2-1 and 3-1 in the UEFA Europa League Round of 16 in the 2014-2015 season, while Beşiktaş won 2-1 in the UEFA Cup group stage in 2006-2007.
ALEKSEI KULBAKOV WILL BLOW THE WHISTLE
Belarusian referee Aleksei Kulbakov will blow the whistle in this tough match. Kulbakov’s assistants will be Dmitri Zhuk and Oleg Maslyanko. The fourth referee of the match will be Dzmitry Dzmitryieu.
Poland’s Bartosz Frankowski will sit in the VAR chair in the match, and Polish Krzysztof Myrmus will sit in the AVAR chair.