Hapoel Be'er Sheva shocked Inter MilanThe Israeli soccer champions weren’t deterred by the decorated Italian team and won 2-0 in Italy in the first game of the Europa League Group stage.
Hapoel Be’er Sheva played last night (Thursday) against Italy’s Inter Milan at the San Siro Stadium in Milan for the first game of the Europa League group stage. Be’er Sheva’s players managed to keep a clean sheet and score two beautiful goals, creating a sensational result that shocked Europe.
From the start, Be’er Sheva stood tall against the decorated team and attempted several goals in front of the eyes of 16,778 fans who came to the stadium. In the 54th minute, Portuguese defender Miguel Vítor scored after a pass from striker Lúcio Maranhão.
Even after the incredible goal, the players in red continued to demonstrate a high level of play and did not fall back to defend. In the 69th minute, Maor Buzaglo scored a wonderful free kick and gave Be’er Sheva a 2-0 lead while shocking San Siro.
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