6’ ⚽️ 1-0 Vlad Kart goal, Azanao Aristo assist
13’ ⚽️ 2-0 Azanao Aristo goal, Evgeny Kart assist
25’ ⚽️ 3-0 Azanao Aristol, Ron Sharifi assist
34’ ⚽️ 4-0 Roey Sartov goal, Ariel Peretz assist
39’ ⚽️ 5-0 Ron Sharifi goal
45’ ⚽️ 6-0 Vlad Kart goal, Mono Bechini assist
49' 🟥 Red Card Inter: Leo Gewertz
Top row (from left to right): Josh Fischbach, Sebastian Israel, Ron Sharifi, Daniel Herszenhaut, Evgeny Kart, Vlad Kart, Isaac Kahtan, Leo Gewertz and David Pernitchi.
Bottom row (from left to right): Guile Meyer, Roey Sartov, Azanao Aristo, Sam Sank, Beni Polnauer, Mono Bechini, Renan Prais, Ariel Peretz and Allan Camarov.
We began the second half of the 2021/22 Liga Gimmel season with a convincing win over the league's bottom team, keeping a clean sheet despite being reduced to 10 men at the beginning of the season half.
Having played each team in our league once already, we ended a two-week break by taking on Spartak Ramat Gan at home, whom we beat 3-2 in the opening game of the season.
Determined to avoid conceding first as we did in the first meeting, our team came out firing on all cylinders and scored after just six minutes through Russian striker Vlad Kart. The lead was soon doubled thanks to Azanao Aristo, whose first goal of the game equalled Evyatar Erez's all-time scoring record for the club.
Discontent with being joint first, ''Aza'' finished a fantastic one-touch team move to become the all-time top goalscorer for Inter Aliyah in Liga Gimmel, as we increased the lead to three goals halfway through the first half.
There were more goals to come as both Roey Sartov and Ron Sharifi got in on the act. First, Roey connected to an Ariel Peretz corner at the back post, while Ron scored a direct free-kick, wrongfooting the Ramat Gan keeper.
Vlad Kart took his tally for the season to 5 goals as he scored our sixth just before half-time, yet Head Coach David Pernitchi encouraged the team to go for more in the second half.
However, an early red card for goalkeeper Leo Gewertz for handling the ball outside the area made the quest for more goals a lot tougher, as we went down to 10 men and centre-back Daniel Herszenhaut donned the goalkeeper gloves.
The second half passed without too many talking points, with both teams seemingly settled to end the game as it was. We now take on Shikun Vatikim in a huge fixture next week.