17:38 GMT 20/02/2020
The South Africa international will make his bow in the competition after making Philippe Clement’s starting eleven against the English team
The forward joined a long list of South African footballers to have played in the competition having made Philippe Clement’s starting XI.
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He will pair Nigeria’s Emmanuel Dennis in the Blue-Black’s attack as the Belgians hope to shock the Red Devils in the Round of 32 first leg fixture.
Also, Tau would be hoping to end his 18-game goal drought for Club Brugge. His last goal came on December 15 in a 3-0 defeat of Mechelen.
Cote d’Ivoire duo of Simon Deli and Odilon Kossounou will also start the game while David Okereke starts from the bench.