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The Jerusalem striker continues his good performance • Even the pouring rain did not prevent Yossi Abouxis's trainees from an important victory

Ironi Kiryat Shmona has yet to win at home this season.

This is a statistic that is difficult to stay with in the league and he did not break even tonight (Saturday) against Beitar Jerusalem without Jordan Shua, who holds the attack of Yossi Aboxis.

Beitar players celebrating, photo: Maor Alxalsi

Even the rain couldn't stop Beitar, photo: Maor Alxalsi

To meet Beitar's attack without Shua, it's like a gun with a stopper, but against KS at home it was enough. Yoon Nicolasco managed even without the leading brewer in the Premier League with a wonderful pair (49, 88) and an assist for Danilo Asperia (63). This Moldavian already has 13 goals this season and is a tremendous acquisition for Beitar.

In general, together with the reinforcement that arrived in January, Aboxis assembled a quality team.

A club that started the season like scorched earth, has grown something that may not be worth a championship, but it certainly brings a lot of pride to the team's fans, almost 2,000 of whom came in the cold and rain to the far north.

Beitar fans were not afraid of the cold, photo: Maor Alxalsi

Beitar looks like a top playoff team and if they continue like this they will be there.

On a clearer day, you can also see the ticket to Europe.

And KS? Without winning at home, it will have a hard time surviving in the Premier League.

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Source: israelhayom

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