Inter Blue 3-1 Etz Netanya: Sensational Goals Secure Deserved Win Against Now-Exiled Opponents

‘23 ⚽️ 1-0 Tom Printac goal, Nacho Duek assist

‘29 ⚽️ 1-1 Etz Netanya goal

‘60 ⚽️ 2-1 Martin Lagman goal, Nacho Duek assist

‘71 ⚽️ 3-1 Martin Lagman goal, Nacho Duek assist

'80 🔴 Red Card: Etz Netanya

Top row (from left to right): Sam Sank, Martin Siber, Nico Grinberg, Tom Printac, Tal Sharon, Max Russell, Ran Sarusi, Ehud Eblagon, Alex Yassin, Thomy Alfie, Martin Lagman and Uriel Benita.

Bottom row (from left to right): Yoav Greenberg, Didi Hovav, Gabi Bruck, Kevin Packer, Nacho Duek, Nico Milieris, Titi Cabuli, Mati Yelen, Gato Schwalb and David Hovav.


Inter Blue was in search of a second successive win in the IFLI2, something we have not achieved the entire season but this past Saturday a definitive victory over Etz Netanya would ensure two wins on the trot.

We looked in control from the very get-go, outrunning our French opposition and winning the majority of the loose balls to assert our dominance early on.


The first goal was a thing of beauty after some good build-up play, Nacho Duek thread a great ball through to top scorer Tom Printac, who finished to score his 10th goal of the season.

At the back, we were getting caught by Netanya's balls over the top and after Yoav Greenberg had brilliantly saved the first one-on-one, he was beaten by an almost identical move as the scores were levelled.


The halftime break allowed us to regroup and in the second half, we continued to rain down on the Netanya goal, with Alex Yassin's chip hitting the crossbar after he had dispossessed the central defender.

We would regain the lead shortly after, Nacho Duek again with the perfect pass in the channel on our left-hand side found Martin Lagman, who produced a gorgeous lob over the goalkeeper to score his first goal of the season.


10 minutes later the two Argentinians combined again, this time Martin opening his body to curl the ball past the keeper. Nacho's hat trick of assists puts him on 13 for the season, the 4th most in the league.

With victory all but secured, Netanya totally lost their discipline and a red card for their livewire striker prompted the referee to eventually end the game a few minutes early as Netanya failed to control their players. They have since been kicked out of the league following their behaviour after the game.


The three points mean we remain in 5th place as the race heats up to finish there with four games remaining.