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2018 Schedule
0-0-0, 4th in Belgian First A
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66dAssociated Press

Brugge win 2nd Belgian title in three years

Club Brugge won their second Belgian title in three years with a 1-1 draw at their closest challengers Standard Liege on Sunday.

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137dKweséESPN Reporter

Anthony Limbombe extends Club Brugge deal

The Belgo-Congolese wideman has signed a new contract which should keep him at the club until 2021.

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331dPA Sport

Brighton break record to sign Izquierdo

Izquierdo, 25, has signed a four-year deal and joins for an undisclosed fee, reported to be around £13.5 million.

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434dESPN staff

Whitecaps sign Ibini from Club Brugge

The Vancouver Whitecaps announced the signing of Australia international Bernie Ibini from Belgian club Club Brugge on Monday.

439dESPN staff

Horvath first American to play for Brugge

U.S. international goalkeeper Ethan Horvath has become the first American to play a game for Club Brugge in their 125-year history, the club announced

602dPA Sport

Ranieri thrilled as Leicester reach last 16

Triumphant Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri insists the Foxes will produce another fairytale after reaching the Champions League knockout stages.

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602dJohn Brewin

Leicester clinch UCL round-of-16 place

Leicester jumped out to a quick 2-0 lead over Club Brugge and held on for a 2-1 to clinch Group G and advance to the last 16 of the Champions League.

602dPA Sport

Leicester beat Brugge to top Group G

Leicester booked their place in the knockout stages of the Champions League after surviving a second-half rally to beat Club Brugge 2-1.

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658dPA Sport

FC Copenhagen hammer Club Brugge

FC Copenhagen claimed a comfortable 4-0 victory over Club Brugge in Champions League Group G at Telia Parken on Tuesday night.

671dMiguel Delaney

Leicester pass their first UCL test with ease

Leicester had wobbled before their UCL trip to Belgium, but two Riyad Mahrez goals showed the Foxes are just fine, writes Miguel Delaney.