|Attempts on target||0||9|
|G||Greece||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|C||Republic of Ireland||Germany|
|G||Bosnia and Herzegovina||Lithuania|
|C||Faroe Islands||Republic of Ireland|
Israel earned their first win in 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying Group F in emphatic fashion, overpowering Luxembourg 6-0 away from home.
Maharan Radi, Eden Ben Basat and Maor Melikson were all on target alongside Tomer Hemed's treble for the visitors, who never looked back after taking a fourth-minute lead.
Radi gave them the dream start, and the visitors kept their foot firmly on the pedal, as Ben Basat doubled the lead eight minutes later. Luxembourg keeper Jonathan Joubert had no chance with either effort. Hemed made it 3-0 in the 27th minute after a fine assist by Yuval Shpungin.
The away side extended their lead on the hour through Melikson and Hemed scored his second of the night 13 minutes later to make it 5-0. The frustration deepened for Luxembourg with nine minutes left as Daniel Da Mota symptomatically blazed a penalty over the bar. Hemed completed his hat-trick in injury time to rub salt into a raw wound.
Luxembourg, with just one point from the first three games, must now regroup ahead of Tuesday's return match with Israel in Ramat Gen.
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