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League of Nations: the data shows that it is better to leave Eran Zahavi out Israel today

2022-09-25T14:10:25.347Z

The success percentage of the team in the factory with its big star is only 33% • without him the figure jumps to 78% success



Eran Zahavi's great contribution to the Israeli soccer team is indisputable.

Immediately after the episode of throwing the captain's armband, when he returned to wearing the blue and white uniform, he scored at a dizzying rate and broke records as usual.

However, when it comes to the team's success in the Nations League, the data shows - after the important victory over Albania - that the success percentage of the team without its big star is soaring.

The data is very clear and refers to the three campaigns in the new plant.

When Zahabi played, the team collected 8 out of 24 possible points - only 33% success.

Without Zahavi, the team scored 14 out of 18 possible points - 78% success rate, including the victory over Albania, which qualified the team for the Euro playoffs.

Also with Zahavi the chosen qualification for the previous playoffs, but here too the results show - it is better without him.

The team defeated Albania (0:2) and Scotland (1:2), as a non-participating team.

With him on the field came losses to Albania (1:0) and Scotland (3:2).

And if we already mentioned Scotland, the team missed it in the playoff final after losing to them on penalties.

Of the nine kickers, there was only one who missed from the penalty spot.

That's right, Eran Zahavi.

So God forbid we underestimate the contribution of one of the greatest players of Israeli football of all time, but the conclusion is interesting - the Nations League can probably do better without him.

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Source: israelhayom

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