The first match was very difficult. In the end, Silesia managed to win 2-1. Eric Exposito and Robert Petsch scored the goals for Jacek Magira. So the advance payment was made before the rematch, but the residents of Wroclaw quickly squandered it.
The Israeli club delivered two quick strikes that completely reversed the situation. First, the Ghanaian footballer Eugene Ansah was behind the backs of the Wroclaw defenders. Wojciech Gula lost a header and Simon Likut gave his head to his goalkeeper very weakly, and unfortunately Hapoel’s player reached the ball and scored in the second minute.
It did not end there, because the disastrous situation of the Silesian defense led to the loss of the second goal after only five minutes. A vertical pass tore it open and fully, Ramzi Al-Saffouri lifted it to 2-0.
The plan collapsed, the lead from the first match collapsed, and Silesia gave the impression of a team that Hapoel would defeat in an instant. The performance was not very good on the fast grass of the Petah Tikva stadium where the match was taking place. Hapoel Beersheba Stadium is under renovation. The Israeli players performed much better and hit the post in the first half.
Team Wrocław remembered that this lead from the first game meant one thing and one goal that would make them even in the competition. So they got ahead at the start of the second half, created two excellent chances to score, and started to roam the Israelis’ penalty area. Even just nine minutes into the second half, they were penalized with a third goal. This was the development of events announced by the first half.
Especially since the concept of the Silesian game collapsed, and the players of Wroclaw were now playing with great nervousness. They’ve conceded a lot of goals in the European Cups so far, but they’ve also scored a lot. This time they did not have a player leading the match and threatening the Israeli goal as in previous matches. They played without an injury Patrick Janacek quickly, and Krzysztof Mozinski was fortunate not to walk off the field with a red card for the second foul. The match became tougher, and the inhabitants of Wroclaw made mistakes and made mistakes.
In the 70th minute, Lucas Biger had the opportunity, but he missed. He was the player who tried to improve the Silesian game to the fullest. A quarter of an hour before the end, Matthews Brasilek showed a great move with a few matches, but was saved by an Israeli goalkeeper. However, it was the reserve that determined the actions of Silesia under the goal of competitors. And about Hapoel’s actions, too, because it was substitute Itamas Schevero who raised the score to 4-0.
Baramki: 1-0 Ansah (2), 2-0 Savory (7.), 3-0 Ansah, 4-0 Shviro (84).
ŚLĄSK: Putnoki – Leukot Ż (60. Bejger), Golla, Tamas Ż – Janasik (24. Pawłowski), Mączyński Ż, Makowski (46. Praszelik), Garcia (79. Piasecki) – Pich, Schwarz – Exposito (79. Quinta ))))
Hapoel: Haroch – Obaid, Vitor, Tibi, Abd al-Hamid – Petrucci, Micah (64. acolats), Barreiro, Savory (41. Tangerine) – Ansa, Yehezkel (63. Schevero)
The first match is 2-1 for Silesia. Promotion of Hapoel Beeer Sheva.
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