The National League is in the last line when the bottom struggles are at the center of things. Tonight (Tuesday), six games were played in the 35th round, with Hapoel Petah Tikva, Hapoel Acre and Hapoel Umm al-Fahm losing valuable points in the battle to stay. Hapoel Kfar Shalem was defeated 6: 1 against Afula and almost finally was relegated to the first division. At the top, Hapoel Jerusalem defeated Betar Tel Aviv / Bat-Yam 1: 2.
Hapoel Raanana – Hapoel Umm al-Fahm 2: 3
Raanana came to tonight’s game in Ramat Gan knowing that they owed the victory to ensure their stay in the league and not get further entangled against Umm al-Fahm, with only three points separating the teams. The guest arrived when she was below the red line and knows that a win at the former National Stadium will allow her to continue dreaming of staying.
To the chagrin of Motti Ionir’s team, they displayed a particularly lukewarm ability in the first half and conceded three goals from the feet of Emery Walshman, Peter Oluwala and Pendel of De Osoji. In the second half Ionir managed to regain the motivation of his trainees and saw Levan Kotlia win an important double, but the comeback stopped there and all three points went to Eldad Shavit’s players, after more than a hundred minutes of play.
Hapoel Acre – Hapoel Petah Tikva 0: 0
The Malabes, who recently managed to rise above the red line, managed to register a seventh game in a row without a loss, but have not yet managed to cancel their stay in the league, after a particularly weak play by the Blues at Acre, which itself is complicated below the red line.
Hapoel Kfar Shalem – Hapoel Afula 6: 1
The host, who is already in last place in the table, has not yet been officially relegated to the first division because of the results of its rivals to the bottom, but as it seems she is definitely already. During the first half, the team from the north scored twice in about a minute, with Shalev Avitan and Amit Moore being the ones to celebrate. Nathaniel Goldman added the third in the 38th minute and signed a one-sided half. Zia Yoho Boris shrank for Kfar Shalem during the second half, but Yitzhak Danan, Michael Ashkenazi and Afik Cohen stuck three more balls in Kfar Shalem’s net and inflicted a very heavy defeat on the local team, on the way to a possible drop in the next round.
tax. Kfar Qassem – Maccabi Achi Nazareth 0: 2
It is not final yet, but Kfar Qassem is very close to securing another season in the national league. Shlomi Dora’s teammates recorded a great game tonight against my brother Nazareth, and thanks to goals from Hisham Layos in the 34th minute and Samah Ma’arav in the 88th minute, they also defeated Tomer Kashtan’s team and are four points away from the red line, with only 6 in the box office.
Betar Tel Aviv / Bat Yam – Hapoel Jerusalem 2: 1
It seems that Hapoel Jerusalem continued to celebrate its promotion to the Premier League at the expense of Betar Tel Aviv, which itself is busy in the upcoming semi-final of the State Cup against Hapoel Tel Aviv. Who if not Idan Shemesh was among the conquerors in the ranks of the Jerusalemites, when Ben Mizen also found the net for the team from the capital. Betar, which has not won six consecutive league games, only shrank from a goal by Parfa Gagagon.
Hapoel Ixl – Hapoel Rishon Lezion 2:0
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