Idan Vered, conqueror of Betar Jerusalem's 0-1 victory over Maccabi Petah Tikva in the Moshava, compliments a boy who agreed to another five years in the capital • Compliments also to Ali Muhammad
It may sound a bit excessive, but for Betar Jerusalem's people, yesterday's (Wednesday) victory over Maccabi Petah Tikva was like a "victory in the game of the season" for them, because in any other result, the Jerusalem playoffs' dream would probably have been shelved.
Betar really enjoyed the performance of the players, some of whom came up to play completely incompetent. "Players gave their heart, did not stop running, played hard.
That's how we do it, "said a club source." We bit a goal in our bad minutes, but then it was our game. "
The main blackmailer was Ali Muhammad, who for the first time since being infected with Corona managed to complete 90 minutes, and more than that - introduced a great game and mentioned the player who two years ago was considered the best foreigner in the Premier League.
Captain Idan Vered and young midfielder Aviel Zargari, who agreed on a new five-year contract, also impressed in the colony.
Betar was also pleased with Jordan Shua, who came up with a minor injury and managed to cook the winning goal.
Goalkeeper Vered, who is also expected to sign a new contract, commented on the victory: "We are going through a difficult period with the Corona, but are transcending. Our DNA is to give 100 percent of ourselves in every game. I want to congratulate our child, Aviel Zargari, that I am much "I have not seen things like him for a long time. I was waiting for such a player to be with us and I hope he will stay here for many more years. He is just huge."
But alongside the smiles and joy there were also unpleasant moments.
Owner Moshe Hogg was smuggled out of a side exit yesterday after members of La Familia were waiting for him outside the stadium and some of them tried to run towards his vehicle while cursing him.
Fans plan to continue their protest against the owner when the crowd returns to the pitches, and the club said: "Hopefully most of our crowd will make their voices heard."
Also, the brakeman Ural Degani, who stretched the muscle during the game, is expected to miss the game against Hapoel B'Shlosha and possibly another game.