Hapoel Beer Sheva played Plzen at Group G of Europa League on December 7. The match kicked off at 20:05 your local time. Hapoel Beer Sheva are 4th in the table with 4 points after 6 matches, while Plzen are the leaders with 12 points in 6 matches.
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Hapoel Beer Sheva have won Ironi Kiryat Shmona and Maccabi Haifa in their previous 2 matches, while Plzen have won Jablonec in their previous match.
Hapoel Beer Sheva and Plzen have met once in their recent history. Plzen won that match.
Hapoel Beer Sheva have won 1 of their 6 matches in Group G, drawing 1 and having 4 defeats this season. They have scored 5 goals - 0.83 per match, conceding 10 - 1.67 per match. Plzen have won 4 of their 6 matches in Group G, drawing 0 and having 2 defeats this season. They have scored 13 goals - 2.17 per match, conceding 8 - 1.33 per match.
Lukas Hejda scored the first goal on the 29th minute of the game followed by a goal from Tomas Horava, who made the final score 0-2.
Hapoel Beer Sheva kicked off the game with Guy Haimov, Mihaly Korhut, Hatem Abd Elhamed, Loai Taha, Dor Elo, Dan Einbinder who got substituted by Maor Melikson on the 59th minute, Vladimir Broun, Maharan Radi, Isaac Cuenca who got substituted by Niv Zrihen on the 67th minute, Michael Ohana and Tomas Pekhart as starters, with David Goresh, Ben Bitton, Miguel Vitor, Maor Melikson, John Ogu, Ben Sahar and Niv Zrihen on the bench.
Plzen's starting eleven were Ales Hruska, David Limbersky, Roman Hubnik, Lukas Hejda, Radim Reznik, Patrik Hrosovsky, Tomas Horava, Jan Kopic, Daniel Kolar who got substituted by Ales Cermak on the 77th minute, Milan Petrzela who got substituted by Vaclav Pilar on the 58th minute and Michal Krmencik who got substituted by Marek Bakos on the 89th minute, with Matus Kozacik, Milan Havel, Ales Cermak, Andreas Ivanschitz, Jan Kovarik, Vaclav Pilar and Marek Bakos on the bench.
Aleksandar Stavrev showed the yellow card 7 times during the game. Dan Einbinder, Vladimir Broun, Ales Hruska, Michal Krmencik, David Limbersky, Loai Taha and Ales Cermak were the ones to receive it.
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