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The upset Tuatha burst into tears, Maccabi Tel Aviv tracked down the growlers towards him - voila! sport


Magen Sakhnin had a hard time relaxing even after the defeat in the state cup. The yellows face a suspended sentence: "their behavior is viewed with severity"

Summary of Maccabi Tel Aviv's 0:5 win over Bnei Sakhnin in the round of 16 of the State Cup (Sport 1)

Bnei Sakhnin suffered a heavy defeat 5:0 to Maccabi Tel Aviv this evening (Tuesday) in the round of 16 of the State Cup, but this is not the only reason for the difficult evening it had.

Around the 88th minute, Taleb Tuatecha arrived near gate 13 at Bloomfield Stadium for sending off and according to him, growls were made towards him from the stands.

Tuatha was very upset, angrily turned to the linesman who was standing nearby and then walked towards the field while refusing to give the offside.

Abby Ricken was the first to try to calm him down, asking the crowd to stop.

After that, Eran Zahavi also came to calm Magen Sakhnin and ask the fans to stop - and at this point the upset Tuatecha already burst into tears.

After about a minute and a half that also included a conversation on the grass with Biram Kiel and Fabian Sporxalda, Tuatha resumed the game and seconds later the final whistle was blown.

The defender was upset even after that and told the club members and his teammates that growls were made towards him.

It should be noted that against Maccabi Tel Aviv there is a suspended sentence until the end of the season for any offense of racism.

The club issued a notice of condemnation and also stated that it would work to remove them permanently: "A number of individual fans who growled at Bnei Sakhnin player Taleb Tuatecha - do not represent the audience of Maccabi Tel Aviv fans and the club takes their behavior seriously. After work was done immediately after the end of the game, they were identified by the security cameras and in the coming days will work to keep them away from the team's games at the same time as taking legal action against them. These fans do not represent the general audience of Maccabi and we were happy to see the rest of the team's fans as well as the players on the grass cheering Tuatha and protesting against the behavior that does not reflect the spirit and values ​​of the club ".

An ugly incident (Photo: Ariel Shalom)

At the end of the game, Bnei Sakhnin's coach, Kobi Yarofa, commented: "We didn't think it would be like this. The goals we conceded at the beginning were from passing attacks, when we attack and they catch us. We were not aggressive enough and it was difficult like this, against a team like this in Bloomfield. After the 3:0 and the expulsion We were already waiting for this game to end. The feelings are not pleasant. The players lack confidence, we need to pick them up, we are not able to do basic things. We need to recover quickly because in a few days we have a game against Maccabi Netanya for six points."

  • sport

  • Israeli soccer

  • Super League


  • Taleb Tuatha

  • Bnei Sakhnin

Source: walla

All sports articles on 2023-01-04

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