Inter Aliyah 4-0 Maccabi Yehud: Best-Ever Liga Gimmel Campaign Continues with Comfortable Home Win

Updated: Nov 7

'42 ⚽ 1-0 Fernando Zatz goal, Alon Zurita assist

'45 ⚽ 2-0 Vlad Kart goal, Ron Sharifi assist

'70 ⚽ 3-0 Gaston Hilman goal, Vlad Kart assist

'90 ⚽ 4-0 Titi Cabuli goal, Jeremy Tenenbaum assist

Top row (from left to right): Sebastian Israel, Jaime Kauffman, Gaston Hilman, Leo Gewertz, Sasha Machta, Vlad Kart, Ron Sharifi, Thomy Alfie, Mati Yelen, Anthony Oper and Roey Sartov.

Bottom row (from left to right): Alon Zurita, Roni Sirosky, Andy Gabay, Samuel Hazins, Titi Cabuli, Jeremy Tenenbaum, Sam Sank, Fernando Zatz, Isaac Kahtan and Gaston Fratesi.


This past Friday we were visited by Maccabi Yehud Mosenzon at home, as we played our 7th Liga Gimmel game of the season.

Injury to Evgeny Kart midweek, meant a call-up to the starting XI for Sasha Machta who moved into midfield while Roni Sirosky filled in at full-back. There was also a start for Fernando Zatz who was taking part in his 100th game for the club!


We took control of the game right from the off but we faced with two serious injuries in the first half to Gaston Fratesi and Sasha, who were replaced by Isaac Kahtan and Alon Zurita respectively.

After a number of half-chances, we finally broke the deadlock just before half-time after a fantastic team move saw Alon cross in from the left and Fernando was there to score the opener on his historic game.


Just a few minutes later, we scored an almost identical goal, this time Ron Sharifi crossing from the left to find Vlad Kart for his 14th goal of the season, the most of any player in the league.

In the second half, we didn't take our foot off the gas and continued to dominate the game. Defensively, we were solid and Maccabi Yehud failed to register a single shot on target the entire game.


A smart free-kick routine on the 70th minute saw Vlad's attempt saved by the Yehud keeper but Gaston Hilman was on hand to fire home the rebound and put the game beyond doubt.

In the final minutes, two more substitutes combined to end the game on a real high; Jeremy Tenenbaum broke free down the left and found Titi Cabuli in the box for the Argentine's first-ever goal for the club.


We remain in 2nd place and travel to Maccabi Givat Shmuel on Tuesday night before hosting Beitar Ezra at home on Friday.