Israel national team against Slovakia, League of Nations, live report


The Israeli team has recorded major disappointments in recent days. On Thursday they lost to Scotland on penalties in the Euro Playoff semi-finals, and on Sunday they surrendered 2-1 to the Czech Republic at home after a poor defensive display. Today (Wednesday) Willy Rotensteiner’s players will try to end the international match window with a smile before returning to the local leagues, when in a short time (21:45) they will face Slovakia away in the fourth round of House 2 of the League of Nations.

The blue-and-whites are in a painful and disappointing sequence, and the national team’s last victory was achieved exactly one day less than a year ago – so Latvia surrendered 3: 1 at Toto Turner Stadium. Just about a month ago, we met Slovakia in the second round of the League of Nations at Netanya Stadium, when Ilai Almkeys saved a point when he equalized to 1: 1 in extra time. Louis Taha, Nir Bitton and Hatem ‘Abd al-Hamid were released from the squad several days ago after being infected with Corona, and San Menachem was also released following a minor injury.

Idan Nachmias and Maor Kandil were called up in their place and the latter was even included in the lineup in the left defensive position with the account of Joel Abu Hanna. In addition, Willy Rotensteiner brought up Uriel Degani in the lineup and continued with the excellent Eli Dassah. Moanes Dabour, Manor Solomon and Eran Zehavi will cooperate in the attack, while Eyal Golsa returned to the squad and replaced Muhammad Abu Fani.

On the other hand, Slovakia comes after losing 1-0 to Scotland last Sunday and is in fourth and last place at home with just two points, one point less than Israel which is in third place. Mark Hamshik, the Slovaks’ biggest star captain, who missed the game in Netanya last month because his team did not release him, this time of course opens in the squad. At the forefront is the young and formidable Feyenoord striker Robert Boznik, who is considered a big promise. Arik Sabo, ex of Betar Jerusalem, sits on the bench.

Eran Zehavi | Maor Alexelsi

The vehicles

Slovakia: Dominic Greif, Peter Pacaric, Dennis and Avro, Martin Valient, Robert Mazan, Patrick Hrushovsky, Mark Hamshik, Albert Rosnak, Ondrey Duda, Robert Mack, Robert Bozhnik.

Israel: Ofir Marciano, Eli Desa, Eitan Tibi, Sharan Yeni, Uriel Degani, Maor Kandil, Beavers Natcho, Eyal Golsa, Manor Solomon, Eran Zehavi, Moanes Dabour.


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