Peter Bosz, the Yellow-and-Blue coach looked back at his club’s 2:0 Bloomfield Stadium win and 5:0 aggregate total victory over Hapoel Kfar Saba as they now wait until tomorrow’s semifinal Israel State Cup draw to find out who they will face. Maccabi Haifa, Bnei Sakhnin and Hapoel Beer Sheva are all candidates for the April 19/20 contest at Sammy Ofer Stadium in Haifa:

“I’m really happy with today’s performance. We were up 3:0 after the first leg, and it could be logical that some may think that today would’ve been an easy game, but I hate that. I want to win every game and today we proved that we don’t just have 11 good players but a good squad as well as some talented young players.”

Positives from the match:

“There were a lot of positive things today. We don’t just have 11 good players but we have a big squad. Every player that played today proved that he can be on the first team. I like to play with a lot of pressure and the first goal we scored was because of a lot of high pressure. We won the ball and we scored the first goal. This is the way we want to play. We also played a good position game and we moved the ball well from left to right and we played with players between the lines.”

About the Kfar Saba game on Saturday:

“I always live from game to game and for today it was important that we qualified for the semifinals. I will watch the match we just played and analyze it. I’ll discuss it with the players and I’ll prepare for the net game which will obviously be a different game. They need points to stay away from relegation and we need points for the championship, so it will be a totally different game.”

Preference of who Maccabi will draw in the semifinals:

“I don’t care at all. If you want to win the Cup you have to beat all the teams and there are now four good teams left. All of us will play for the championship.”