Hapoel Tel Aviv Beats Beitar and Snatches the Win
In recent news, Hapoel Tel Aviv went up against Beitar Jerusalem and emerged victorious with a score of 2-0. The match took place at the Teddy Stadium, where the Reds stormed into the capital city of the State of Israel and blanked their opponents. Osher Davida changed the face of the game by nodding home a kick from the corner given by Alon Azugi. This happened in the eighth minute of the match, allowing the squad of coach Kobi Refuah to bag a lead of 1-0 right away. Meanwhile, Farley Rosa took to pounding a loose ball straight into an abandoned goal and doubled the advantage of the team. The latter occurred in the quarter hour of the second half and set the team ahead by no less than three points.
Refuah was asked about the gameplay after the match to which he said that he was unhappy with how the match was progressing. He acknowledged that winning the game had not been an easy feat and there were various things that had gone wrong. According to him, the match had been more on the tactical side. The coach further stated that he likes it when his team plays attacking soccer. However, in his words, the players are working hard to get where he wants them to be, which is as one of the top teams in the country, as well as the world.
On the other hand, Yossi Mizrachi, the coach for Beitar, was questioned regarding the rumors circulating about his club. He accepted that there has been uncertainty lately and various incorrect things being said about the club have not helped matters. Pointing out that many of the team’s key players are missing, the coach added that it has become difficult for the club to bag some wins. Several of the players are either ill, injured, or located abroad for one reason or the other. Meanwhile, the Carmel Mountain hosted Hapoel Jerusalem and Maccabi Haifa for a game that ended with a draw. During the match, each team lost a player due to a red card handed out in the second half.
The initial 45 minutes of the game saw no goals and Muhammad Abu Fani, belonging to the Greens’, was told to head off to the benches after being given a second yellow card. While Fani was sent off seven minutes into the second half, Omer Agbadish of the Reds’ followed shortly after. Despite these two occurrences, William Agada was unfazed and went on to break away from some defenders, only to race downfield. He beat Josh Cohen, the keeper of Haifa, in the 85th minute of the thrilling game and provided the squad of Ziv Arie with a much-needed lead of 1-0.
Of course, Barak Bachar’s team was not going to back down and they pressed for an equalizer. Godsway Donyoh soon found the opportunity to do just that when he sent off a shot from a long way away, which was fortunately mishandled by Adebayo Adeleye, the keeper for Jerusalem. The ball swiftly flew into the goal and the teams stood with equal points.