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Not in her hands: 1: 1 to Maccabi Tel Aviv against BS | Israel today

2021-05-03T22:24:47.249Z

| Israeli soccer The champion climbed to a penalty advantage of Yonatan Cohen (28) but succumbed to a huge performance by Marwan Kabha (61) • The gap from Maccabi Haifa: 4 points • In the first: the season game of the champion against the Greens Vitor and Kabha are celebrating tonight at Turner Photo:  Alan Shiver Geralds struggled with Acultasa. Will the Southerners destroy the champion? Photo:  Alan Shiver



The champion climbed to a penalty advantage of Yonatan Cohen (28) but succumbed to a huge performance by Marwan Kabha (61) • The gap from Maccabi Haifa: 4 points • In the first: the season game of the champion against the Greens

  • Vitor and Kabha are celebrating tonight at Turner

    Photo: 

    Alan Shiver

  • Geralds struggled with Acultasa.

    Will the Southerners destroy the champion?

    Photo: 

    Alan Shiver

  • Peretz and Tennenbaum are frustrated, tonight

    Photo: 

    Alan Shiver

Violence between fans outside the stadium, a smoke grenade in the stands of Hapoel B'Shlosha fans, a brawl between the players and a lot of nerves. One could easily get confused and think that this is a game between two contenders for the crown, as it was in recent years, but in practice the game in Turner was only a season game Only for Maccabi Tel Aviv, and she screwed him up. 

The first twenty minutes of BS mentioned the ability that Roni Levy's team showed against Maccabi Haifa. The host put tremendous pressure on Van Leven's team, but in those very minutes Maccabi received a penalty after VAR's intervention and Yonatan Cohen scored from the penalty spot. 

The nerves we were talking about came towards a tussle between the players towards the end of the half, when Thal Ben-Haim, who snatched from Beer Sheva fans who were sitting on his head, hit the atmosphere a bit.

Greenfeld only settled for a yellow card for the Yellows' striker, the atmosphere calmed down a bit, but only BS rose to the second half. 

Marwan Kabha's goulash did justice and set up a super prestigious draw for Roni Levy against the champion, who continues to lose height in recent games and she just has not reached money time.

"There is no championship for Maccabi," BS fans shouted at the end. The gap is currently 4 points before the season game against Maccabi Haifa, which means that the Greens depend solely on themselves, and if there is anyone whose smile did not go down after this game he is none other than the ex of The Reds - Barak Bachar. 

Source: israelhayom

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