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They had got caught out with the three Club Brugge bodies converging on the delivered corner just yards in front of Meunier.
Beausejour gave possession away in mid-field and Club Brugge broke to devastating effect.
Blues never really hurt Club Brugge in the first-half and their best opportunity came from a freekick by David Murphy.
It ignited Blues, re-energised the crowd, and all of a sudden Club Brugge were in a proper, blood and thunder tie.
Blues had their tails up and they continued to take the game to Club Brugge.
Club Brugge began the second period more composed and with renewed vigour.
Club Brugge brought on Jimmy De Jonghe at left-back to try and stop the threat from that righthand avenue and also Thomas Meunier to give Blues something else to think about on that flank going the other way.
BRUGGE (4-3-3): Coosemans, Hogli, Vansteenkiste (De Jonghe 60), Donk, Almeback, Odjidja, Zimling, Blondel (Deschilder 82, Dirar, Akpala, Refaelov (Meunier 64).
No one was happier to be drawn against Brugge than the Belgium-based Bluenose who goes under the guise of Bluepeter15 on the BrumEUROs Number One forum.