‘1 ⚽️ 1-0 Oded Puzis goal, Samuel Hazins assist
‘5 ⚽️ 2-0 Jeremy Tenenbaum goal, Samuel Hazins assist
‘40🔴 Red Card: Spartak Ramat Gan
‘42 ⚽️ 3-0 Aron Soloducho goal, Gaston Hilman assist
‘58 ⚽️ 4-0 Ron Sharifi goal, Vlad Kart assist
‘70 ⚽️ 5-0 Itay Kugel goal, Ron Sharifi assist
‘88 ⚽️ 6-0 Vlad Kart goal, Itay Kugel assist
Top row (from left to right): Ary Ardaman, Ori Hatucha, Gaston Hilman, Mono Bechini, Ron Sharifi, Oded Puzis, Vlad Kart, Mati Yelen, Isaac Kahtan, Thomy Alfie, Leo Gewertz, Aron Soloducho, Gaston Fratesi and Gianni Conti.
Bottom row (from left to right): Max Mzhen, Andy Gabay, Sam Sank, Samuel Hazins, Jeremy Tenenbaum and Itay Kugel.
On a sunny Tuesday afternoon, we travelled to the Safari to take on Spartak Ramat Gan, a team we had beaten 6-1 at home in the first meeting between us earlier on in the season.
It was a similar story this time round too, as we steamrolled our opponents from the opening minute and the outcome never really seemed in doubt. Andy Gabay, Aron Soloducho and Isaac Kahtan all returned to the starting lineup for this away fixture.
Oded Puzis scored inside the opening minute, which may well go down as the fastest goal in the club's history as we found the net with our first attack of the game.
A second goal just minutes later, a fantastic strike from Jeremy Tenenbaum, seemed to effectively end the affair within the first 5 minutes as Spartak struggled to handle our potent attack.
Spartak's playmaker got a second yellow card as the game fizzled out for half-time but there was enough time for Aron Soloducho to head home a third just before the break.
The second half was played at a snail's pace as we camped inside the Spartak half but we only managed to find the net on three further occasions despite our dominance; Ron Sharifi, debutant Itay Kugel and Vlad Kart getting the goals.
Another three points in the bag, culminating in our 7th consecutive win and leaves us 10 games unbeaten. We remain three points adrift of the league leaders and rest this weekend.