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Maccabi Tel Aviv takes on Bnei Yehuda in State Cup semi - Trying to stave off relegation, Beitar draws Sakhnin
The Israel Premier League heads into the playoff rounds on Saturday after completing a 26-game regular season.
Hapoel Haifa is enjoying its best season since winning an historic championship in 1998/99, currently sitting in fourth place in the standings.
By ALLON SINAI
Jerusalem is looking to put some pressure on the reigning champion Hapoel Beersheba.
Tel Aviv couldn’t have wished for a better start to Monday’s match.
Greens and Reds play to 1-1 draw after extra time, with Northerners advancing on penalties.
Jerusalem, which is tied with Hapoel Holon, pulled ahead in the closing minutes after a tight encounter.
In a cruel twist of fate, that is the same knee in which he tore his ACL.
Anthony Nawkaeme secured the three points in the 89th minute, scoring in his return to the lineup.
Before playing Hapoel, Maccabi hosts Malaga in Euroleague action on Thursday, aiming to make it three wins in a week after defeating defending European champion Fenerbahce last Thursday.
It was just two weeks ago that Maccabi coach Jordi Cruyff had to deal with increasing calls for his head from yellow-and- blue fans after the team had registered its third straight.
The Greens have won just one of their past seven games.
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