Several hundred Reds gathered outside Bloomfield Stadium to see their team dismantle their opponent • Altman, 17, conquered Pendel after a touchdown in the plaza, completing a 40-minute duel from Bozaglo's cooking, which captured the third
Hapoel Tel Aviv players celebrate with the fans at the end
Buzaglo came to the first opportunity tonight in Bloomfield
Altman, the duo conqueror
Buzaglo. Gate and cooking
The Red Fans on fences outside the stadium
Anyone who passed Tuesday (Tuesday) on She'erit Yisrael Street in Tel Aviv-Jaffa couldn't imagine for a moment that we were under the Corona routine and maybe even before another outbreak of the plague. Several hundred Hapoel Tel Aviv fans, who, of course, could not enter Bloomfield due to the Ministry of Health's guidelines, celebrated outside the stadium without observing the social remoteness.
This event may well pass and none of the fans carried the Corona virus, but whether or not it is a first-class irresponsibility of both the fans and the relevant parties. Why didn't the police, who were present at the scene, disperse the fans when the incident started? And why have not such a crowd of crowds gathered outside the stadium in advance? By the way, in this regard it should be mentioned that the executive management has already warned that she fears fans will act like this in her games.
The wonderful ability of Hapoel Tel Aviv, which the Corona carcass did so well, only intensified the festivities outside of the red crowd, which at some point even lit fireworks. From the first minute Nir Klinger's team showed superiority and a pair of goals by Omri Altman, who already stands at 11 league goals this season, closed the story in the first half.
Ronnie Levy probably washed his players at halftime, and the Yellows pressed the Reds more. Betar also came in on some good opportunities near Jarafi's hair, but then a perfect red-card burst ended at Maur Buzaglo's gate, which pinned his team's third. Betar's bad ability, especially her defense, is a direct continuation of the non-ability Good against BS, and if the yellows don't wake up, their third place will be in danger.
Hapoel Tel Aviv: Yoav Jarafi, Iyad Abu Abid, Ural Degani, Raz Shlomo, Doron Leidner, Shai Eisen, Emanuel Boateng, Amit Meir, Maor Buzaglo, Omri Altman, Michael Olha.
Beitar Jerusalem: Itamar Nitzan, Diogo Vardasca, Or Zahavi, Uri Megbo, Shai Constantine, Dan Einbinder, Ofir Krieff, Shalom Adri, Freddie Plumain, Levi Garcia, Shlomi Azoulay.
the progress of the game
First Minute: Judge Eli Hachmon got the game underway!
Minute 17: Go! Constantine's touch on the plaza brings Hachmon to a penalty kick, Omri Altman is not confused and raises Hapoel Tel Aviv to 0: 1.
Minute 40: Gol !! Buzaglo shifted width to the right, and Altman only had to push it in closely to complete a pair. 0: 2 for Hapoel Tel Aviv.
Minute 59: Go! Olha cooked for Buzaglo who finished well and erupted, bouncing fans who are celebrating outside the stadium. 0: 3 for Hapoel Tel Aviv.
Minute 89: Olha got a second yellow and was eliminated so he could play in the Cup semi-finals.