Israeli teams eliminated from Europa League
Hapoel Tel Aviv and Hapoel Be'er Sheva were eliminated from the Europa League at the second qualifying round stage.
Tel Aviv were unable to recover from a 3-0 first leg defeat against Astana, with a second-half penalty from Sasha earning them a 1-0 victory on the night in the second leg played in Larnaca, due to the security situation in Israel.
Be'er Sheva bowed out 2-1 on aggregate against RNK Split following a goalless draw in Larnaca.
It was a night of sheer frustration for the Israeli club who had four players booked, including three in the second half.