It was a historic night for Brighton chairman Tony Bloom's Belgian side, Union St Gilloise last night.

Union played their first game in the Belgian Pro League for 48 years as they took on one of the favourites to win the league in Anderlecht, who are manged by former Manchester City skipper Vicent Kompany.

However, Union pulled off a massive upset as they beat Anderlecht 3-1.

German striker Deniz Undav put them ahead in the 20th minute.

But Anderlecht equalised in the first half stoppage time through Yari Verschaeren.

Undav put Union back in front in the 62nd minute, before Jean Thierry Lazare made it 3-1 11 minutes later.