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Inter White 4-1 Estudiantes: Stunning Performance Sweeps Old Rivals Aside in Action-Packed Game

‘44 ⚽️ 1-0 Ori Hatuka goal, Sabi Beraha assist

‘70 ⚽️ 2-0 Ori Hatuka goal, Alex Branum assist

‘75 ⚽️ 3-0 Ori Hatuka goal, Alex Branum assist

‘87 🔴 Red Card: Estudiantes

‘88 ⚽️ 3-1 Estudiantes goal

‘89 🔴 Red Card: Estudiantes

‘89 🔴 Red Card: Eliran Pinto

‘90 ⚽️ 4-1 Sabi Beraha goal, Borja Lema assist

Top row (from left to right): Sabi Beraha, Alex Branum, Joey Spijer, Ori Hatuka, Nate Sadoun, Roman Shapiro, Uri Yavin, Gianni Conti, Borja Lema, Elijah Golding and Matt Keston.

Bottom row (from left to right): Eliran Pinto, Anthony Levy, Ben Byre and Max Mzhen.

Playing the same side that had won 12-0 the previous week against Inter Blue, we had many key players missing but there was good news with the returns of both Nate Sadoun and Gianni Conti from lengthy injuries.

This was a stunning victory against one of the league's top sides and team we’ve only beaten once before in our history. There was a lot of fight from us winning every second ball and despite Estudiantes having a lot of possession they had very little shots on goal due to a superb display from everyone on the pitch.

We were 1-0 up at half time thanks to Ori Hatuka's 35-yard screamer, with Matt Keston asking for more of the same in the second half, and we just got better and better.

Estudiantes wouldn’t have a sniff at goal until the final minute, and although they looked dangerous from set pieces, we just about dealt with it each time. Ori Hatuka added two more goals in the second half to clinch the win as we went 3-0 up.

There was a crazy end to the game as a bad foul from their defender saw him see a straight red and then one minute later their top scorer got a goal back with a stunning shot.

Then, less than minute later, the same player kicked Eliran Pinto after he fouled him and both were given red cards, him a straight red and a second yellow for Eliran.

It was 10 v 9 men in the final minute, leading to a beautiful moment as we drove forward and Sabi Beraha finally got his first goal of the season!

The win puts us to within two points of Inter Blue as we aim to finish in the top 10 this season.


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