Moshiko soccer: Osaka Sushi fries Michael’s Bakery

Games We Play: Osaka cemented their stand as title favorites/

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
November 11, 2010 10:56
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Osaka Sushi produced a masterclass performance in week three of the Moshiko Soccer League, defeating the hapless Michael’s Bakery 3-0.

Chaim Kornbluth inspired an explosive first half show and Osaka’s domination was rewarded with a fine Binyomin Weisbraun strike. Yitsi Grunhut doubled their lead with a cool finish, while Yoni Schimmel made it 3- 0 as Osaka cemented their stand as title favourites.

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Cafe Ne’eman returned to winning ways with a 12-0 thrashing of the Israel Government Fellows. Roie Parnasa and Yossi Isak each claimed a hattrick, Alon Revach and Adam Edri had two each and Ariel Charlat and Yakov Eisler completed the rout.

Super Hamoshava United also recorded its first win with a huge 11-0 defeat of Orayta FC. The young Jerusalemites showed signs of maturity in a commanding display which saw Gad Sacks, Refael Nissanyan, Asaf Frank and Adir Shwartz all hit doubles and Elad Rishai, Yishai Ginosar and Eli Wayman score.

In other action, Red Bull Vienna enhanced its title credentials with an impressive 5-2 victory over LSD FC, Eretz Hazvi remained undefeated with an easy 4-0 stroll past Menachen Herman, Brunch Bagels demolished Nativ’s Bonkers 8-0, Potato Head blanked Giblets 3-0, and Cafe Rimon coasted past Rechovchacham 4-0.

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