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BELGIAN JUPILER LEAGUE

2015/2016 Season

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FC MidtjyllandFC Midtjylland
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Leg 2Aggregate: 1 - 7
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Jose Izquierdo, Colombia's next star, leading Club Brugge to brink of title

Jose Izquierdo's superb form is one of the reasons Club Brugge are in line for their first title in over a decade.

On Sunday, Jose Izquierdo scored one of the most beautiful goals Belgian football has seen in recent years. Receiving the ball near the penalty area, he humbled two Gent defenders before sending a phenomenal ball into the roof of the net with his weaker left foot. The effort gave Club Brugge the lead in the all-important clash against the reigning champions and fierce local rivals.

Brugge went on to win 4-1 and the tricky Colombian winger was instrumental in all the goals. Gent scored early...

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Mathew Ryan named Australian PFA player of the year, creates history

Maty Ryan moved from Club Brugge to Spanish giants Valencia in July for a reported fee of £4.7 million.

Socceroos goalkeeper Mathew Ryan has made Australian football history by becoming the first player to win both the Professional Footballers Australia player of the year award and the Harry Kewell Medal in the same year.

Ryan, who completed a move from Club Brugge to Valencia in July, signing a six-year deal with La Liga side, is the youngest ever recipient of the award at 23. The keeper follows in the footsteps of fellow Australian internationals Tim Cahill and Mark Schwarzer to win the PFA's highest...

FC Midtjylland 1-1 Club Brugge

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FC Midtjylland moved into the Europa League round of 32 after a 1-1 draw with Club Brugge proved enough to a seal runners-up spot.

Danish champions FC Midtjylland moved into the Europa League round of 32 after a 1-1 draw with Club Brugge proved enough to seal runners-up spot in Group D.

The Herning-based club knew that a draw would be enough, as long as unbeaten Italian giants Napoli did not come unstuck against Legia Warsaw.

And so it proved, with Napoli's 5-2 victory ensuring that Midtjylland progressed, despite having to withstand a fierce Brugge finale.

Pione Sisto put the home side ahead, but Jelle Vossen's 68th-minute...