Three on top in Belgium
Anderlecht, Club Brugge and Zulte-Waregem remain locked together on ten points at the top of the Jupiler League after victories today.
Champions Anderlecht overcame ten-man Mons 2-1 at home. The led just before the break though Milan Jovanovic but Mons levelled in the 56th minute through Mustapha Jarju.
Just two minutes later, however, Jeremy Sapina was shown a second yellow card, and Anderlecht substitute Oleksandr Yakovenko 62 got the winner 20 minutes from time.
Late goals gave Club Brugge a 3-1 win over Beerschot. After Carlos Bacca's 19th minute opener for the hosts, Stijn Wuytens levelled for Beerschot early in the second half. But Jonathan Blondel restored Club Brugge's lead in the 75th minute and Thomas Meunier made sure in the final minute.
Second-half goals from substitutes Jens Naessens and Ivan Lendric gave Zulte-Waregem a 2-0 win over Kortrijk.
Lokeren sit three points back in fourth place after beating Mechelen 2-1. Milos Maric and Hamdi Harbaoui scored in the 61st and 65th minutes to put them in control, and David Destorme's late strike was purely consolation for the visitors.
Gent got two goals in the last four minutes to win 2-0 away to Waasland-Beveren. Hannes Vanderbruggen broke the deadlock in the 87th minute and Christian Bruls followed it up moments later.
Karel Geraerts got the winner as Leuven twice came from behind to beat Cercle Brugge 3-2 at home. Oleg Iachtchouk put the visitors in front from the penalty spot in the 26th minute and although Evariste Ngolok cancelled that out they led again through Wilson Rudy on the hour mark. Ebrahim Savaneh's penalty levelled it up before Geraerts' 81st-minute winner.
There were late goals for both sides as Lierse and Genk shared the points in a 1-1 draw. Steven Monrose gave Genk an 81st-minute lead, but Jason Adesanya levelled it five minutes later.