Summary of Bnei Rayna's 1:1 with Hapoel Tel Aviv (Sport1)
Hapoel Tel Aviv is still looking for a first win in the second round after another draw for Asef, this time after a frustrating 1:1 against the weak Bnei Rayna.
Although on the face of it it seems that the team has stabilized defensively, but it is unable to finish a game or maintain a goal advantage, and we are talking about Nes Ziona and Rayna, the rivals at the bottom.
"If we didn't beat Reina, it says a lot about us," the players said at the end, "they were so bad today, we had a game in hand and we got an equalizer from nothing, we mustn't make these mistakes, it's a game we must take. Where will we get a victory if not In a game like this? You can go crazy"
Another draw for the collection.
Syllabus (Photo: Maor Alxalsi)
Regarding the claims to the refereeing, players in the team disagreed with Sharon Nisanov and said: "Maybe the referee and VAR were wrong, but we didn't need them. We should have finished the game 0:1, stopped trying to keep the goal and finished the game. Raina didn't They were at the game and we handed out a gift."
The club understands that the team is probably going to fight for survival until the end of the season.
The fact that Harvia Ilitch did not participate yesterday says quite a bit about Haim Silves' assessment of him, when the coach did not want him in the squad at all and he signed up at the last minute with no choice.
In fact, with the exception of Zubas, the team was unable to upgrade professionally in the window (until it looks different from Bolivitch) and it is hard to see how the current staff can get other things out of themselves.
The Reds built on a significant change in the level of foreigners in January but it did not happen.
The team is left with Romarto who fails to bring added value in midfield and with Antoine Conte who is injured every second game, and not always physically.
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The Hapoel Tel Aviv players are frustrated (Photo: Maor Alxalsi)
Hisham Laios will return to training within a week, but is not expected to return to the squad in the upcoming game and probably not against Kiryat Shmona either, unless he surprises.
The club is being careful with the midfielder who has returned from a repeated hamstring injury and has been absent for almost two months.
The club is hoping for the support of the crowd in the upcoming game against Hadera: "The fans don't understand how difficult the situation is, we have to get a victory and escape from this area a little bit, from week to week people here despair and that must not happen."
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