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Ghana midfielder Edwin Gyasi’s brilliance helps Beitar Jerusalem secure draw against Maccabi Netanya

 Ghanaian midfielder Edwin Gyasi helped his team Beta Jerusalem in Sunday's Israeli top league match against Maccabi Netanya in the 11th game with one point. 

 Last Monday, when his team beat Hapoel Jerusalem by 30, the veteran forward set a goal. 

 Given his current impressive status, he was asked to take action today when Beta Jerusalem welcomed Maccabinetanya at the Teddy Stadium today for a three-pointer. 

 2021/2022 On the third match day of Israel's top league, Edwin Jassi once again showed top performances and helped his team score decisive points at the end of the game. 

 On match day, compatriot Richmond Boakye Yiadom lost a penalty in the first half, but was equalized in the second half by Omri Gendelman, who gave Maccabi Netanya the lead before halftime. 

 Beta Jerusalem is ranked 5th in the 2021/2022 Israel League. After the 

 game, Edwin Gassi, who was a little disappointed with the result, said that the team scored very well. 

 "We didn't start well in the first half. We got a penalty, but unfortunately we missed it. If we scored, the game might be a little different, but we didn't give up and worked hard in the second half, luckily We scored in one of my runs," Edwin Gassi said in an interview after the game. 

 The exciting forward added: "Personally, this is great for me and very good for the team because it gives us a point. We look forward to the next game, of course We will always work hard to win." 

 This season Edwin Gassi has participated in all three league games of Jerusalem Beta. 

 He started the season very well and hopes to continue in the next games.

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