Sakhnin upsets Beitar at deserted Teddy

A Mohammad Ghadir brace gave Bnei Sakhnin a sweet 2-1 win at arch-rival Beitar Jerusalem on Sunday night in front of an empty Teddy Stadium.

Beitar was sentenced to host the match without fans due to the unruly and racist behavior of its supporters in the encounter with Maccabi Netanya last month.

Ghadir (25, 55) scored either side of the halftime break on Sunday, with Hanan Maman’s goal five minutes from time of little consolation for Beitar, which hasn’t beaten Sakhnin in Premier League action in five years.


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