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Sabras Israelis Abroad Week Of November 4-10

Here’s a roundup of Israeli footballers playing abroad and how they fared the past weekend! Congratulations to Lior Refaelov on winning this week’s Sabra Award!!

Check out Lior’s goals!

Lior Refaelov– Belgian Jupiler League, Club Brugge- SCORED 3 goals in 4-0 win over Kopenhagen & played 90 minutes in 5-0 win over Westerlo

Omer Damari– Austrian Bundesliga, Austria Wien- SCORED 2 goals & played 90 minutes in 3-2 win over Rapid Wien

Sintiyahu Sollalich– Slovenia League, Maribor- Played 73 minutes in 3-1 win over Krka

Toto Tamuz– Romania Liga 1, Petrolul- SCORED a goal, picked up a yellow card & played 86 minutes in 3-0 win over Universitatea Cluj

Monas Dabbur– Swiss Super League, Grasshoppers- SCORED 2 goals & played 90 minutes in 3-0 win over St. Gallen

Shay Hadad– Romania Liga 1, Petrolul- played in 1st half 32 minutes in 3-0 win over Universitatea Cluj

Eyal Golasa– Greece Super League, PAOK- Played 90 minutes in 2-1 loss to Panathinaikos

Beram Kayal– Scottish Premiership, Celtic- Did not play in 1-1 draw with Astra in UEFA EL action & did not play in 2-1 win over Aberdeen

Nir Biton– Scottish Premiership, Celtic- Did not play in 1-1 draw with Astra in UEFA EL action

Rami Gershon– Belgian Jupiler League, Gent- Played 90 minutes in 2-0 loss to Anderlecht

Kenny Saief– Belgian Jupiler League, Gent- Played 2nd half in 2-0 loss to Anderlecht

Tomer Hemed– Spain La Liga, Almeria- was a 68th minute sub in 2-1 loss to Barcelona

Dan Mori– Eredivisie, Vitesse- Did not play in 0-0 draw with Feyenoord

Dudu Biton– Slovenia League, Maribor- Played 70 minutes in 3-1 win over Krka

Itay Schecter– France Ligue 1, Nantes- Was an 83rd minute sub in 2-1 win over Caen

Ben Sahar– Eredivisie, Willem II- Played 1st half of 3-2 loss to ADO Den Haag

Bibras Natcho– Russian Premier League, CSKA Moscow- ASSISTED on 2 goals in 2-1 win over Manchester City in UEFA CL action & Played 90 minutes in 1-0 loss to Dinamo Moskva

Tal Ben Haim– England Championship, Reading- Played 90 minutes in 1-0 win over Reading