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Elton Acolatse delighted to protected Europa league qualification with Hapoel Beer Sheeva


Sports activities Information of Thursday, 16 July 2020

Source: Ghana Soccernet


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Dutch born Ghanaian winger Elton Acolatse has expressed delight in securing a location in next season’s Europa League with Israeli side Hapoel Beer Sheva.

The 24-12 months aged starred as Beer Sheva defeated Maccabi Petach Tikvah to win the Point out Cup and qualify for the Europa League.

Just after the game he claimed, “We played without having an viewers and still it turned a party afterwards,” Acolatse instructed Het Belang Van Limburg.

“The cup is coveted in Israel. We can now also participate in in the Europa League. Still unique, also for myself,” he explained.

On the progress of his sport the player, “I am acquiring a whole lot of confidence below. That is why I signed for three seasons. I took ways forward, because I can now even enter Europe.”

“At STVV every little thing improved to my disadvantage soon after New Calendar year. Recreation units were pursued that I did not fit in. But further Sint-Truiden stays in my heart,” a delighted Acolatse added.

Ben Sahar opened the scoring for Hapoel four minutes following the crack in a pulsating encounter.

Josue then doubled the direct on the hour mark as Beer Sheva taken care of cruised to victory.

Elton Acolaste joined Hapoel in February on mortgage from Belgium facet Sint Triuden, but following impressing the technical handlers of the club, he was provided a permanent deal.


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