At the same time, Aalst brought down Ostend (64-76). Suspenseful match on Tuesday evening at the Country Hall in Liège. If Mechelen took the best start (19-27) under the leadership of Marvin Clark (18 points), Lionel Bosco’s players did not give up. Milos Bojovic (25 points) was in great shape and little by little, the locals reduced the gap (38-46 and 61-66 after 30 minutes). In a suspenseful final, Liège returned to possession but Brieuc Lemaire missed his last attempt at the end of the match (80-82).
In the other meeting of the evening, Aalst won on the floor of Ostend who had recovered two players (Keye Van der Vuurst de Vries and Olivier Troisfontaines) compared to this weekend’s match in Mechelen. However, it was the Aalstois who dominated the first three quarters (14-20, 31-45 and 45-61 in the 30th) thanks to Bogic Vujosevic (19 points). But Ostend did not let go in the wake of Pierre-Antoine Gillet (17 points) to return to 61-66 before a last boost from Aalstois (64-76).
In the standings, Mons remains in the lead with a record of 17 wins for 5 defeats, ahead of Ostend (17-4) and Antwerp (15-8). Follow Aalst (14-9), Limburg United (12-11), Louvain (10-12), Charleroi (9-14), Mechelen (9-13), Liège (5-17) and Brussels (4-19) ).