Berman made history • From Tosinio scored for the Jerusalemites, Turgeman, Capiloto and Serdel became • 2: 2 between Hapoel Tel Aviv and Kfar Saba
Berman with Vered and Malul, at the beginning of the game
A look at Sami Ofer's list of news and photography agencies could have made one think that this is a game in the Champions League and not an unimportant bottom playoff in the Premier League.
Cinematography, television crews all came to document Referee Sapir Berman, the first transgender woman in Premier League history.
Berman, for her part, seemed quite indifferent to everything around her, including a few calls from some Betar Jerusalem fans.
The bottom line for her, beyond the personal aspect, should be the fact that she conveyed the game well professionally, because mistakes are not written about the gender or change he made, but the name of the referee and the score.
When it comes to the game, it's pretty sad to see what happens to Betar Jerusalem. The crowd is busy cursing at owner Moshe celebrating and racist chants, but professionally the team loses and looks bad. Reminds of past events with other owners.
Alon Turgeman (33), Nisso Capiloto (59) and Liran Serdel (78) turned after an early goal from Matausino (8).
But all of these are unimportant compared to the precedent with the whistle.
In a few more years no one will remember how much this game ended, but everyone knew how to tell about the first time they saw Sapir Berman referee in the Premier League.
Point to protocol.
Point to protocol.
Hapoel Tel Aviv and Hapoel Kfar Saba met in Bloomfield for a game that does not determine anything.
The hosts promised another season in the Premier League on Saturday, while the guests went down already two weeks ago.
The Reds went up to a double advantage after 33 minutes, with Emanuel Boateng (10) and Dan Einbinder scoring his first goal for Hapoel Tel Aviv from the penalty spot (33). 71) brought them back into the game and set the final score 2: 2.