2018 Israel Super Cup

The 2018 Israel Super Cup is the 23rd Israel Super Cup (28th, including unofficial matches, as the competition wasn't played within the Israel Football Association in its first 5 editions, until 1969), an annual Israel football match played between the winners of the previous season's Top Division and Israel State Cup. This is the Third time since 1990 that the match was staged, after a planned resumption of the cup was cancelled in 2014.

2018 Israel Super Cup
Hapoel Haifa won 5–4 on penalties
Date28 July 2018
VenueNetanya Stadium, Netanya
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The game was played between Hapoel Be'er Sheva, champions of the 2017–18 Israeli Premier League and Hapoel Haifa, winners of the 2017–18 Israeli State Cup. Hapoel Haifa won 5–4 on penalties following a 1–1 draw after 90 minutes.

Match detailsEdit

Hapoel Haifa1–1Hapoel Be'er Sheva
Gabriel Tamas   28' Report Hen Dilmoni   26' (o.g.)
Penalties
Tamas  
Kapiloto  
Plakuschenko  
Hadida  
Arel  
5–4 Sahar  
Melikson  
Zrihan  
Ezra  
Tzedek  
Referee: Guy Berger
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Hapoel Haifa
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Hapoel Be'er Sheva
GK 1   Ran Kadoch
RB 26   Guy Mishpati
CB 55   Nisso Kapiloto
CB 30   Gabriel Tamaș   55'
LB 18   Hen Dilmoni   88'
DM 5   Roei Shukrani   70'
CM 2   Rasmus Sjöstedt   66'
LM 23   Guy Hadida
RW 11   Ness Zamir   60'
CF 99   Maamun Qashua   56'
LF 19   Thanasis Papazoglou   81'
Substitutes:
GK 13   Ernestas Šetkus
MF 6   Gal Arel   56'
MF 17   Eli Elbaz   60'   90+2'
MF 7   Maxim Plakuschenko   70'
FW 51   Risto Mitrevski   81'
FW 20   Sa'ar Fadida
Manager:
  Nir Klinger
GK 1   Dudu Goresh
RB 2   Ben Bitton
CB 20   Loai Taha
CB 5   Shir Tzedek
LB 77   Shmuel Scheimann
DM 30   John Ogu
CM 82   Julien Cétout   76'   72'
LM 24   Maor Melikson (c)
RW 9   Anthony Nwakaeme   55'
CF 28   Hanan Maman   70'
FW 27   Eden Ben Basat   66'
Substitutes:
GK 22   Giannis Anestis
DF 17   Matan Ohayon
MF 11   Dan Einbinder   76'
MF 19   Hen Ezra   55'
MF 7   Niv Zrihan   70'
MF 12   Guy Melamed
FW 14   Ben Sahar   66'
Manager:
  Barak Bakhar

Man of the Match:

MATCH OFFICIALS

Match rules

  • 90 minutes.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores level.
  • Seven named substitutes, of which up to three may be used.

ReferencesEdit