Nir Klinger's Reds defeated the team from the National League thanks to a goal by Cianda Colo in the 20th minute, and advanced to the last four of the factory for the second time in a row
His voice celebrates the gate of victory
The State Cup occasionally allows a glimpse into the world of teams from the lower leagues such as Hapoel Kfar Shalem, which dreamed of surprising Hapoel Tel Aviv, but will only be satisfied with compliments for the good performance in tonight's (Tuesday) loss to a Premier League team.
The grandstand at Grundman Stadium was shrouded in smoke.
And no, the smoke did not come from the mythical bakery next to the stadium but from the quantities of cigarettes and cigarettes lit.
The law banning smoking in lots is probably a recommendation in a group that immigrated to Leumit last year after 25 years.
Another honor offerer, a woman tells her friend that her eldest son managed to get in even though he only did vaccine 1 for corona "made some problems", she updates.
Moshe Demayo, the former CEO and owner of Bnei Yehuda, encourages and screams instructions from the stands on a fan standard or another coach of the Oranges. "Michael come here, fly up, go forward." But not only the stand was interesting but also on the grass.
For 77 minutes, he ran, aimed, fought, jumped, tackled, player of the season named Eitan Aharon.
For most football fans this name means nothing but in an entire village it is a legend, the captain of the team for the last 15 years, the right hand of the owner, but most of all it is a 46 year old player!
Yes, you heard right, he's 46, the oldest player in the National League and plays like a 25-year-old. When he was replaced, even Moshe Demayo kept clapping for him.
Kfar Shalem played enthusiastically, got into situations, fought, and was much much better than Nir Klinger's team that just went to bed after the early goal from Cianda Colo's head in the first half, but it still wasn't enough for her to equalize the game and drag it into extra time. Hapoel Tel Aviv in the semifinals, second season in a row and go know the Reds may still celebrate the title of the season.