South African international Anele Ngcongca will spend the weekend celebrating after he led Genk to the Belgian Cup title after beating Cercle Brugge 2-0 in the final of the cup competition at the Stade Roi Baudouin in Brussels on Thursday night.
Ngcongca was his usual self in defence in a match that proved to be a cagey affair as neither side wanted to leave themselves exposed at the back.
This made for a rather dull affair in front of goal until the final five minutes of the match which saw Genk steal the victory with two goals in four minutes.
Chances on goal were few and far between with both defences producing solid displays while the striking department of both sides seemed a bit impotent.
That was until the 85th minute when another African in Ghanaian Bennard Yao Kumordzi opened the scoring for Genk will a well worked goal and clinical finish from the midfielder, 1-0.
After going behind Brugge threw numbers forward in the hope of finding an equalizer, but in doing so they left themselves exposed at the back.
Consequently, a minute from time striker Jelle Vossen put the result beyond doubt with a cool finish, making the score 2-0 as Genk were crowned the Belgian Cup Champions.