The morning after the 5-1 league victory away to Maccabi Netanya, Robbie Keane’s charges lined-up against second division side Hapoel Kfar Sava at Kiryat Shalom.

Henry Addo made his first outing for Maccabi since joining the club in the January transfer window. The Ghanian forward was handed a chance to play on one wing while Yonatan Cohen who was named by Keane on the opposite flank opened the scoring with less than a minute on the clock.

Matan Baltaxa doubled Maccabi’s lead before Cohen scored his second shortly before the 35 minute halftime whistle was sounded.

A Kfar Sava defender converted an Addo square ball into his net to give Maccabi a four goal lead before Daniel Elmalah beat Daniel Tenenbaum with a low drive to cut the deficit. In the 70th and final minute Eyal Golasa released Osher Davida whose clinical finish sealed the score at 5-1.