- Alderweireld scored last-minute goal
- Secured 2-2 draw for Antwerp
- Won first league title in 66 years
WHAT HAPPENED? The former Tottenham and Ajax defender blasted the ball into the top corner from some 20-yards out to secure a 2-2 draw against Genk. The goal ensured Mark van Bommel's team finish top of the play-off group and end the season as Belgian champions for the first time since 1957.
THE BIGGER PICTURE: Antwerp were one of three teams capable of winning the title heading into the final play-off match of the season. Antwerp and Royale Union, who faced Club Brugge, were level on points, with Genk one behind. Union were 1-0 up and heading for the title with just a few minutes left on the clock against Brugge, but conceded three late goals to open the door for Genk. However, Alderweireld's stunning stoppage-time strike ensured that Antwerp finished top of the pile.
WHAT NEXT FOR ROYAL ANTWERP? The Belgian side will now compete in the Champions League for the first time ever.