Malta international Teddy Teuma and his Royal Union Saint-Gilloise fell to a 2-0 home defeat against Club Brugge to lose top spot in the Belgian top-flight with three games left.
Club Brugge scored two late goals in the second-half as they are the new league leaders with 43 points. Teuma’s side are level on points but have dropped into second due to the goal difference.
Teuma played a full game with Saint-Gilloise also missing a penalty midway into the second half.
They will return in action on Wednesday when they face Club Brugge, this time in an away fixture.