An entire league round has passed since Bnei Sakhnin's last victory.
It was at Teddy somewhere in early October against Hapoel Jerusalem.
Since the change of a calendar year, there was a month of the World Cup, Haim Silves was fired, Kobi Yaroba was appointed and they even had time to form a government.
In all this time Sakhnin did not win.
In her terms, it's like forever.
But maybe there is something in her meetings against Hapoel Jerusalem that also bring a little luck.
Ofek Biton put Jerusalem in the lead (11) and together with the winter system over the Doha Stadium, Sakhnin prepared for another cold and difficult night.
But a mistake by referee Gal Levy, with an incorrect second yellow for Roy Rabivo in the 24th minute, changed the momentum.
Bnei Sakhnin is celebrating in Doha,
Plowman in action in Doha, photo: Barney Ardov
The screen judges could not save Levy since it is not a direct red.
This mistake cost Hapoel Jerusalem the game.
4 minutes after the expulsion, Guy Melamed equalized from a penalty and in the 68th minute he pushed the winning goal from close range.
Ziv Aryeh and Hapoel Yerushalayim will talk about the refereeing, and rightly so, but Kobi Merafa earned another week of quiet at work in this game, otherwise the legs of his chair would have started to wobble.
Melamed conquers equality, photo: Barney Ardov
Sakhnin celebrates the equality of Melamed, photo: Barney Ardov
Tony in control of the ball,
Hapoel Jerusalem at the last meeting, photo: Barney Ardov
Ziv Aryeh on the lines, photo: Barney Ardov
Abu Yunis in a frenzy, photo: Barney Ardov
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