Caltex Socceroos keeper Danny Vukovic has won through to the Belgium Cup final after his Genk defeated Kortrijk in their semi-final second leg on Wednesday morning (AEDT).
Trailing 3-2 after the first leg away from home last week, Genk prevailed 1-0 at the Luminus Arena to progress to the decider on the away goals rule.
Senegalese midfielder Ibrahima Seck was the hero for Genk, with his 15th minute winner proving enough to get them to the final.
Vukovic was superb for the home side.
While he didn’t have a lot to do, he made a couple of important stops and was flawless with everything he needed to do.
Genk will face the winner of the other semi-final between Club Brugge and Standard Liege in the final.
Standard holds a 4-1 lead from their first leg ahead of the return clash in Brugge on Friday (AEDT).
Elsewhere, there was disappointment for Ryan Edwards in Scotland as his Partick Thistle side was beaten by Rangers.
Edwards played the full 90 minutes but his side lost 2-0 to remain in 10th spot on the SPL ladder.
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