Dean David's cover starred all over the world: "Stop everything, what golaso!"
The performance of the Maccabi Haifa striker was circulated on the networks, in Portugal they were impressed by the "flamboyant heel" and in South America they were flattered: "A rare and beautiful goal, the goalkeeper is still trying to understand what happened"
Sunday, 02 October 2022, 06:46
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Summary: Maccabi Haifa - Maccabi Tel Aviv 0:2 (Sport1)
Unsurprisingly, Dean David's wonderful goal yesterday (Saturday) against Maccabi Tel Aviv, which ensured Maccabi Haifa a 0:2 victory over its arch rival, won not only the hearts of the green fans, but also resonated on social networks among football fans all over the world.
Soccer fans love to see beautiful performances of goals from all over the world, and so did David Hotz's goal, including an account by an Argentinian netizen with 40,000 followers who declared: "Poppppppp, stop everything! Dean David from Israel scored a wonderful goal for Maccabi Haifa, wonderful!".
The video received tens of thousands of views.
In El Salvador they uploaded a video of the goal, and wrote on one of the websites: "Turn off the light - the goal of the weekend has arrived.
" very rare.
This is what happened yesterday in Israel," they described on the same site. "Dean David took control of the ball with his heel, got into a difficult angle in front of a defender and a goalkeeper, and found the perfect solution - a second heel that surprised the brakeman and left the goalkeeper trying to figure out what happened to him.
It seems that he is still trying to understand what happened."
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In Israel they were also delighted with the performance
In the Portuguese "Record" they even warned Benfica Lisbon.
"Caution in Benfica," wrote the Portuguese newspaper, "Maccabi Haifa returned to first place in the Israeli league, with Dean David scoring a double in the stadium where Benfica will play on November 2."
On the Portuguese website "Ebola" they noted: "Dean David was the best player in the game with a double, and the second goal was a flamboyant heel".