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Bnei Yehuda’s victory’ excites Omoh

Nigeria midfielder, Michael Omoh has expressed excitement following a 3-1 victory against Bnei Yehuda in the Israeli top league match on Monday night.

The 28-year-old midfielder was in top form as Hapoel Kfar Saba came from one goal behind to beat Bnei Yehuda 3-1 with two red cards to the visiting team.

Omoh’s energy was utilised in the midfield to subdue the tension from the opposition attack and quickly earn applauds from fans for his efforts.

The energetic player left Romanian club Politehnica Iasi to join Hapoel Kfar Saba in Israel in this transfer window and has taken no time to display his talent.

“It was a great game for us and we fought back to have the maximum point, that’s a good team spirit,” said Omoh.

“Every game is important, and we will always be ready to maintain such a winning mentality at every point in time. We played as if it was the last, and I can say that we have been motivated for more victories.”

Speaking about his impressive game, Omoh said: “Giving me my best on the pitch is my major priority on the pitch, and I think I have a lot of games to play to prove how good I am, and that will be on the basis of collective impact and team victories. I am a team player, I love to play for everybody, and I think that’s what actually brought out my best.

Omoh reiterates that Hapoel Kfar Saba will spring lots of surprise victories against the dominating teams in the league.

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“We want to conquer Israel, Hapoel has good players that can deliver surprise victories, and I still want to believe that this team is good for trophies and advance stages this season,” he sounded off

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