Brugge top, win for Anderlecht
Club Brugge moved to the top of Belgium's Jupiler League with a 1-0 win at Charleroi. Thomas Meunier made the decisive breakthrough in the 19th minute to leave the hosts pointless at the bottom of the table, alongside Beerschot and Leuven.
Anderlecht saw off Beerschot thanks to Kanu's 22nd minute goal, while goals from Ernest Webjne Nfor and Thomas Matton enabled Kortrijk to come from behind and win 2-1 at Cercle Brugge, who had led through Anthony Portier's 21st minute effort.
Lokeren needed Benjamin De Ceulaer's 90th-minute goal - his second of the game, - to preserve their unbeaten record and salvage 2-2 a draw at home to Mons, for whom Benjamin Nicaise and Mustapha Jarju netted in as many minutes either side of the interval.
Wasland-Beveren and Mechelen drew 0-0 in today's other game.