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Inter Aliyah 3-2 HaKoach Gali Gil: Title Showdown Next Week Confirmed After Winning Epic Battle

Updated: Mar 8, 2023

‘18 ⚽️ 0-1 HaKoach goal

‘36 ⚽️ 1-1 Vlad Kart goal, Oded Puzis assist

‘43 ⚽️ 2-1 Ron Sharifi goal, Jeremy Tenenbaum assist

‘74 ⚽️ 3-1 Oded Puzis goal, Vlad Kart assist

‘94 ⚽️ 3-2 HaKoach goal

Top row (from left to right): Daniel Cabral, Gianni Conti, Gaston Hilman, Pablo Zayat, Ori Hatuka, Tomi Kehana, Ron Sharifi, Mono Bechini, Oded Puzis, Vlad Kart, Thomy Alfie, Fernando Zatz and Sebastian Israel.

Bottom row (from left to right): Jeremy Tenenbaum, Ilan Flax, Max Mzhen, Samuel Hazins, Sam Sank, Andy Gabay, Gaston Fratesi and Alon Zurita.


There have been so many unforgettable moments this season and this hard-fought win, our 15th in a row, was certainly one of them as we stay on track in our bid to finish 1st this season in Liga Gimmel.

We took on HaKoach Gali Gil Ramat Gan, who like us had been in good form and broken away from the rest of the leading pack to all but secure a place in the promotion play offs.


We drew the away fixture earlier in the season but went one better this time round, proving again how much this team has grown and developed over the course of the season.

The game was an all-out war from the moment he referee blew the whistle and we battled as if our lives depending on it from the very beginning. However, it took us time to settle in the game and we found ourselves down early after failing to deal with a free kick.


Yet, as as happened on so many occasions this year, we would not give up and found ourselves in the lead by half-time, turning the game on its head with goals from Vlad Kart and Ron Sharifi, after good wing play in the buildup for both goals.

The second half became even more violent than the first but we out-battled and out-smarted our frustrated opponents as they barely made a clear cut chance from open play in the entire game.


Oded Puzis added a third with just 15 minutes to go to seal the victory, although a late consolation from Ramat Gan did set up a nervy last few minutes, but we stook firm and made it to the finish line confidently.

We are now 20 games unbeaten, having won every single game in the second round of fixtures this season. It means that next week's fixture at home to league leaders Tzafririm Holon is the game of the season and the biggest in our history.


A win would put us joint on points but due to a superior head-to-head record we would leapfrog our rivals into 1st place and move into pole position for automatic promotion with a few games remaining.


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