Games We Play - Soccer: Moshiko Magic crushes White House

Games We Play - Soccer

By URIEL STURM
November 16, 2009 00:22
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A marvelous Moshiko Magic performance proved its title credentials after a 3-0 victory over White House in the Moshiko Soccer League at the weekend. Moshiko, clearly the hungrier team, showed quicker passing and movement and were rewarded with goals from Yoav Reifer and two from Amitai Pivko. Elsewhere, Josh Zneimer's double helped Iskit Plus record their first win of the season with a comfortable 5-2 win over Yesod United. Zneimer's pace and power were a constant threat and he played a role in tallies from Benzi Loonstein, Rafi Smith and Jonny Abrahams. Gamezone also picked up its first points with an impressive 6-2 defeat of Superboyz. Ariel Weinstein and Manu Hass each grabbed a brace while Bensi Harris and Josh Cantor completed the rout. Jeremy Malka smashed home a last minute winner in Doggystyle's highly entertaining 5-4 win over Ben Maimon. Doggy's took an early 3-0 lead with goals from Benny Lubin and Samuel Brown only for a Shlomi Shamy hat trick and Yitsi Bloch to give Maimon a 4-3 advantage. But with time running out Fal Brown and Malka turned the game back into Doggy's favour. Yishai Pearlman's brace saw U.K.I come from behind in a tight 2-1 victory over old rivals Brad's Boykies, and Gav Cohen's highly spirited performance and two powerful shots were not enough as Red Bull Vienna claimed a 3-2 win over Red Devils, thanks to goals from Kim Late and Yitzi Grunhut. Eliezer Gilbert's late controversial penalty saw Giblets share the spoils cancelling out FC London's Joe Borden first half strike. In other games, Phishpo and Peninat Har Nof tied at one apiece while Travelspec.com Derech edged Derech 4-3.

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