Maccabi Tel Aviv vs. Salzburg, live report from the Champions League playoffs

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Maccabi Tel Aviv wants to start tonight (Wednesday at 10 p.m.) A sensation in the away game in Austria as part of the playoff rematch of the Champions League against Red Bull Salzburg. The Israeli champion came to the meeting with a 2: 1 deficit and without 11 players who were found positive for Corona. To pass, she will have to score at least two goals. Despite this, the club has record alertness and great faith that one can surprise and catch the hostess unprepared. As is well known, the Yellows have secured their place in the home stage of the Europa League and will receive a respectable financial grant of NIS 15 million, but the eyes of the club’s heads are staring at the big goal – the home stage of the continent’s senior factory, the Champions League.

Professionally, Maccabi Tel Aviv comes into the game with a missing staff that left almost no room for Georgios Donis. Ben Bitton, the right defender, was shifted to the brake position alongside Eitan Tibi and Sharan Yeni. The surprise is one – the Greek coach chose to bet on a more offensive lineup and came up with Itai Schechter at the expense of Ruslan Bersky, who was slated to open. Dan Bitton, who scored the great goal with a big bounce in the first game in Israel, will join him on offense along with Elon Almog.

On the other hand, the Austrians want to continue their winning streak of nine in all competitions and no major changes in the lineup are expected. Young striker Pattson Dhaka continues on the sidelines alongside German Sequoo Koita, who returned to 11 after being eliminated at Bloomfield. The pair of strikers may be a problem for the defense of Maccabi Tel Aviv, whose speed is not its strong point. In the offensive link, the great Dominic Suboslay opened.

Georgius Donis | Maccabi Tel Aviv, the official website

The vehicles

Salzburg: Tsitsan Stankovic, Albert Valchi, Andre Ramalio, Maximilian Weber, Andreas Olmer, Muhammad Kamara, Anok Amwpo, Masaya Okugawa, Dominik Suboslai, Seko Koita, Patton Dhaka.

Maccabi Tel Aviv: Daniel Tennenbaum, Maor Kandil, Ben Bitton, Eitan Tibi, Sharan Yeni, Matan Balteksa, Eden Kartzev, Eyal Golsa, Dan Bitton, Elon Almog, Itai Schechter.







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