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"This is really one of our more important victories this season," said the club after they returned to win at Turner. The Romanian was injured, but Breda went with his gut feeling - and it paid off

Summary: Hapoel Beer Sheva - Maccabi Bnei Rayna 0:2 (Sport1)

Hapoel Beer Sheva passed a professional but also a mental barrier yesterday (Monday) and is facing forward towards the playoffs.

The victory over Bnei Rayna 0:2 was Turner's first since the team's defeat to Hapoel Tel Aviv over a month and a half ago in its home stadium.

Since then it had two home games against Maccabi Netanya and against Hapoel Jerusalem which the team ended with two draws and it wanted to return to winning in front of its home crowd.

Together with the fact that in the last two league games the team did not score a goal and did not win, last night's victory, even if it was expected against the weak guest, is a kind of breaking a small wall that Alona Barkat's team was facing and she had to overcome it.

"This is really one of our more important victories this season," they said last night at the club.

"We came with many disadvantages, with a loss to Maccabi Tel Aviv and after both Maccabi Haifa and Maccabi Tel Aviv won before us. We knew to win and face forward."

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Breathe a sigh of relief.

Beer Sheva players (Photo: Danny Maron)

Coach Eliniv Breda, who goes with Adrian Fawn and gives him almost complete trust in every game, received a pair of goals from the Romanian yesterday.

The midfielder's two goals were accompanied by quite a bit of drama during the game.

As early as the 15th minute, Fawn signaled for a slight stretch and there was a fear that Breda would have to take him out.

The coach gambled and left the player who scored the first goal and brought the team down to the break with the lead.

In the locker room, Fawn was examined by the team doctor and the physiotherapist and both expressed concern that the injury would worsen.

Fawn wanted to return to play and claimed that he felt he was capable and Breda decided to go with his gut again.

The Romanian stayed, scored the second with a great kick and then Breda decided to take him out, fearing that he would tear the rope and the player's muscle.

The team will now hope that Faun will not join the list of injured that includes, among others, Miguel Vitor.

The defender did not play yesterday and will also miss the game against Hapoel Hadera in the upcoming round.

It is possible that Hapoel Be'er Sheva will also want him to rest in the game that will close the regular league against Kiryat Shmona in order for him to return fully fit after physical recovery for the playoffs.

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Breda went with his gut, and it paid off.

Fawn (Photo: Danny Maron)

Another player who injured his knee yesterday is Aviv Solomon who left the field and Barda had to bring Or Dadia up as a left defender in his place.

"Unlucky for Aviv and I hope it's not too serious an injury," Barda said last night.

"He got a chance and played well until he got injured and it's a shame that he ended the game that way."

  • sport

  • Israeli soccer

  • Super League


  • Hapoel Beer Sheva

  • Elyaniv Barda

  • Adrian Fawn

Source: walla

All sports articles on 2023-02-28

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