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Inter Aliyah 7-0 Elitzur Yehud: Thumping Away Win Moves Us Up to 3rd Place in the Table

'24 ⚽ 1-0 Vlad Kart goal (penalty), Titi Cabuli assist

'31 ⚽ 2-0 Titi Cabuli goal, Gaston Hilman assist

'65 ⚽ 3-0 Ron Sharifi goal, Alon Zurita assist

'80 ⚽ 4-0 Vlad Kart goal

'85 ⚽ 5-0 Isaac Kahtan goal

'86 ⚽ 6-0 Oded Puzis goal, Vlad Kart assist

'90 ⚽ 7-0 Evgeny Kart goal

Top row (from left to right): Aron Soloducho, Alon Zurita, Mono Bechini, Oded Puzis, Vlad Kart, Evgeny Kart, Titi Cabuli, Sasha Machta, Ron Sharifi, Leo Gewertz and Sebastian Israel.

Bottom row (from left to right): Ricky Horvath, Andy Gabay, Samuel Hazins, Sam Sank, Isaac Kahtan and Tom Printac.

In the final match before the league takes a two-week break, we travelled to Yehud on a Monday evening to take on Elitzur Yehud, who find themselves just one place off the bottom of the table.

Borja Lema brought top scorer Vlad Kart and full-back Mono Bechini back into the starting XI, while the likes of Titi Cabuli and Andy Gabay kept their places in the team after strong performances in the week over Beitar Ezra.

Meanwhile, Leo Gewertz returned between the sticks, after two outfield players, Gaston Fratesi and Evgeny Kart, went in goal in last Friday's 4-2 dramatic victory away from home.

On the small Yehud pitch, we played at a blistering pace, attacking our opponents at ever opportunity from the first minute. After a few chances, Titi Cabuli was brough down in the box, with Vlad Kart converting the resulting penalty.

Some minutes later, the provider became the goalscorer after a good move started by Oded Puzis found Gaston Hilman on the right-hand side and his cross was acrobatically finished by Titi for his 4th goal in as many games.

We kept our two-goal advantage until the break in what was a comfortbale first half. The second half continued in the same manner but as the game wore on, we found it even easier to break the Yehud defence down and score freely.

Substitute Ron Sharifi scored from the bench for the second game running, before Vlad scored again to increase his dominance in the league's Golden Boot race. The Russian striker now has 19 goals in just 11 games this season.

The last 10 minutes saw Isaac Kahtan, Oded Puzis and Evgeny Kart also get their names on the scoresheet as we ran riot, all the whilst keeping a clean sheet with Leo Gewertz having a very quiet night.

Those three points moved us up to 3rd for the time being, with our next two games coming against the league's top two teams.


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