Israel’s national football team won a decisive victory over Moldova in a World Cup qualifying match in Chisinau on Wednesday night, coming from afar to win 4–1.
In difficulty in the first half of the match, the Blues and Whits were led 1-0 after a goal from Moldovan Kaitlyn Karp in the 29thI Minutes, after at least five minutes, the opposing team was denied another goal.
As he played his third game this week with a relatively similar roster, the side of Austrian coach Willie Ruttensteiner, who looked tired and out of step, struggled to stop a surprising offense, which ranked 177 .I World rank.
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But Israel’s Eran Zahvi equalized moments before the half-time whistle sounded, giving the team a decisive edge and he promoted himself as the second goalscorer for the national team.
When the Israeli team returned to the ground for 2Th Half time, the red card received by Moldovan Ioan Nikolaescu to push Israel Loi Taha gave him a new lease of life, reducing the opposing team to 10 players and forcing them to change their formation.
Israel then scored Moldova with three successive goals in just nine minutes to score Shekhar Donetsk’s midfielder Manor Solomon, Hoffenheim’s striker Munus Dabbar and Partizan captain Bibas Nacho.
The win prompted Israel to take third place in Group F after the first week of the qualifying campaign, with Denmark leading the way with three wins, against Israel last week, followed by Scotland, against whom the Blues and Whits Had received a draw. In the first week.
The group winner will automatically qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, while the other group runners-up will play in the second round of qualifying next year.
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