Maccabi Tel Aviv and Armenian Alshkart took to the field today (Tuesday) at Bloomfield Stadium, for a game in the first round of the first division of the Conference League. The Israeli trophy holder wants to recover from a bad start to a season in the Premier League and has received an opponent by invitation: the weakest team in its home, which appears for the first time ever in the European home stage. The Yellows will not be satisfied with anything other than three points, four days before the game against Maccabi Haifa.
Ophir Davidzada started in the left.back position in place of the injured Enrique Sborrit, while Eduardo Guerrero was made up of Patrick Van Leven’s 11 after returning from a Panama national team game and returning to full activity in the team. Stepa Fritza, who scored his first goal in the yellow uniform in the game against Maccabi Petah Tikva on Saturday, is again the goal man of the trophy holder. For the guest, a name that may sound familiar to Israeli fans is Branko Mikhailovich, who played four years in Israel for Hapoel Kfar Saba, Hapoel Petah Tikva and Hapoel Acre. The Serb developed the offense along with Alexander Glishic and Jose Ambalo.
Minute 13: Maccabi Tel Aviv went up to 0: 1 in their first dangerous attack. A beautiful attack featuring Dan Bitton and Eduardo Guerrero ended in the second goal of Stipa hacking in yellow, after an elegant finish.
Minute 17: Alskart balanced quickly. Jose Ambalo misjudged Davidzada, Hethal Benachmias and kicked a flat ball from 20 meters to the near corner of Peretz. 1: 1 at Bloomfield.
Minute 32: The advantage returned to Maccabi Tel Aviv. Davidzada started another beautiful attack, at the end of which Knikowski found himself alone in the box and scored his debut goal in yellow.blue. 1: 2 to Maccabi Tel Aviv, Dan Bitton with a second cook.
45 + 3 minutes: Dan Bitton kicked the first penalty negligently into the hands of the Armenian goalkeeper. Luckily, the referee ruled on a re.kick and he already kicked hard into the net. 1: 3 to Maccabi Tel Aviv.
Maccabi Tel Aviv: Daniel Peretz, Andre Geralds, Luis Hernandez, Idan Nachmias, Ofir Davidzada, Sharan Yeni, Dan Glazer, Gabi Kanikovsky, Dan Bitton, Eduardo Guerrero, Stifa Fritza
Alshkart: Eugenie Czerevic, Kadio Didier, Taron Vascanian, Thiago Kamta, Diane Boleevich, Vansen Bazkor, Artek Grigorian, Wango Goma, Branko Mikhailovich, Alexander Glishic, Jose Ambalo