Here’s a roundup of Israeli footballers playing abroad and how they fared the past weekend! Congratulations to Dudu Biton on winning this week’s Sabra Award!!

Dudu Biton- Slovenia League, Maribor- Played 70 minutes in 2-1 win over Krka & SCORES 1 goal as an 82nd min sub in 4-0 win over Koper

Lior Refaelov- Belgian Jupiler League, Club Brugge- ASSISTED on 2 goals & played 90 minutes in 4-2 win over Waasland Beveren

Omer Damari- Austrian Bundesliga, Austria Wien- SCORED 1 goal on a penalty & played 90 minutes in 4-0 win over Admira

Toto Tamuz- Romania Liga 1, Petrolul- ASSISTED & played 86 minutes in 2-0 win over Târgu Mureş

Gal Shaish- Ukraine Premier League, Volyn- played 90 mins in 2-1 win over METALURH DONETSK

Guy Assulin- Spain Segunda Diviosn, Mallorca- played 15 mins in 0-0 draw with Tenerife

Ram Strauss- Cyprus Divsion 1, Nea Salamis- played 90 mins in 1-0 loss to Ermis

Idan Weitzman- Azerbaijan Premyer Liqa, Simurq- played 90 mins in 3-2 win over Qabala

Monas Dabbur- Swiss Super League, Grasshoppers- SCORED 1 goal & played 90 minutes in 3-2 win over Luzern

Beram Kayal- Scottish Premiership, Celtic- played 31 minutes & picked up yellow card in 2-1 win over Dundee

Nir Biton- Scottish Premiership, Celtic- Did not play in 2-1 win over Dundee

Rami Gershon- Belgian Jupiler League, Gent- Played 90 minutes in 4-0 win over Cercle Brugge

Kenny Saief- Belgian Jupiler League, Gent- Played 15 minutes in 4-0 win over Cercle Brugge

Tomer Hemed- Spain La Liga, Almeria- Did not play in 0-0 draw with Granada

Sintiyahu Sollalich- Slovenia League, Maribor- Played 75 minutes in 2-1 win over Krka & plays 90 mins in 4-0 win over Koper

Itay Schecter- France Ligue 1, Nantes- Played 58 minutes & got a yellow card in 0-0 draw with st. Etienne

Ben Sahar- Eredivisie, Willem II- Played 65 minutes in 1-1 draw with Excelsior

Tal Ben Haim- England Championship, Reading- Played 90 minutes in 0-0 draw with Millwall

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