The Nigerian and Cameroonian put up very good shows as Eyal Sade’s workforce maintained their profitable kind within the Israeli top-flight
Cameroon’s Genevieve Mbeleck bagged a brace and Nigeria’s Uchechi Sunday scored in Maccabi Kiryat Gat’s 6-1 victory over Hapoel Petach Tikva in Friday’s Israeli Ligat Al encounter.
Following the 2-1 win over Ironi Ramat HaSharon, Kiryat Gat sought to proceed their profitable run in opposition to Netanya, who loved a 3-Zero walkover in opposition to Maccabi Holon of their final league outing.
The African duo earned beginning spots for Kiryat Gat they usually each made their mark to make sure the facet maintained their good kind.
Kiryat Gat made a unbelievable begin to the encounter when Eden Avital opened the scoring for the hosts, after simply 20 minutes of motion.
Some 11 minutes later, Shahar Nakav doubled the lead for Eyal Sade’s workforce earlier than Sunday grabbed a 3rd of the match within the 39th minute.
Sade’s workforce continued from the place they left as Karin Rahamim obtained a fourth of the sport three minutes after the restart.
Nonetheless, Hapoel Petach Tikva pulled one again within the encounter when Shakira Duncan scored within the 62nd minute.
Mbeleck netted the fifth within the 70th minute earlier than the Cameroonian grabbed her second 4 minutes later to wrap up the large win.
Together with her brace, Mbeleck, who has now scored six targets in 9 outings, lasted the period and Nigeria’s Sunday featured for 69 minutes and grabbed her fourth aim.
Then again, Ghana’s Edem Atovor and Nigeria’s Persistence Kalu have been in motion for the period however couldn’t rescue Petach Tikva from defeat.
The victory retains Maccabi Kiryat Gat on prime of the Ligat Al desk, after garnering 23 factors from 9 matches, whereas Petach Tikva are ninth with simply 4 factors from the identical variety of video games.
The Cameroonian and Nigerian will intention to enhance their kind in entrance of aim when their facet face Maccabi Holo, whereas Hapoel Ra’anana might be a visitor to Petach Tikva on March 18.