Inter White 1-3 RU Beez: Early Missed Penalty Proves Costly in Painful Defeat

'18 ❌ Niv Gur missed penalty

'32 ⚽️ 0-1 RU Beez goal

'50 ⚽️ 1-1 Omer Perez goal, Alex Branum assist

'55 ⚽️ 1-2 RU Beez goal

'66 ⚽️ 1-3 RU Beez goal

Top row (from left to right): Jordan Foss, Bruno Stolnicki, Roei Valenstein, Uri Yavin, Roman Shapiro, Asher Goldberg, Eliran Pinto, Elijah Golding, Nate Sadoun anAllan Camarov.

Bottom row (from left to right): Omer Perez, Niv Gurm Renan Prais, Reuben Lewis, Shai Revivo, Etay Hadad, Alex Branum and Guile Meyer.


For the first 25 mins, we were totally dominant. Winning every 50-50, keeping possession and creating opportunities on goal. It was a fantastic start to the game and everything was going to plan. Niv Gur was relentless up front and difficult to deal with for their defence, while Roman Shapiro had a top-corner shot saved.


A crucial moment in the game came as Niv Gur had his penalty saved and then shortly afterwards, Guile Meyer went down with an injury. To make matters worse, three minutes later RU Beez scored via a quick-fire counter attack.


We had many more chances on goal, but their keeper was in inspired form as he managed to keep out shots from Niv and Alex Branum before the halftime whistle.


A long throw launched into the penalty area by Alex, saw Omer Perez free at the back-post to score a lovely volley into the left hand side of the goal. 1-1!

But to our dismay, it only took five mins for the Beez to get us on the counter, with Roei Valenstein unfortunately bringing down the striker in our penalty box. They would then convert the penalty


After this blow, our heads began to drop slightly and the Beez began to dictate the game and cause our defence problems. To make matters even worse, the Beez then scored a lucky free kick from about 40 yards out that lobbed our debutant keeper Bruno Stolnicki.


Many opportunities were created via Shai Revivo, Reuben Lewis, Renan Prais and Asher Goldberg - but to no avail. The IDC sweeper-keeper managed to continuously bail his team out and just would not be beaten.


We created chance after chance on goal, but were not converting them and were subsequently punished for it. Two last minute disallowed goals ruled out for offside by the referee, were the final nails in the coffin for Inter White in this game.