Lithuanian 30-year-old football player Tadas Kijanskas scored on Saturday his second goal this season in the Israeli premier league for his team Hapoel Haifa.
Tadas Kijanskas
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Kijanskas scored the second goal for his team at the 54th minute of the match against Bnei Sahnin and claimed the final score of the match. It was his second goal this season.

Kianskas spoke to the Lithuania Tribune after the match and said that “It was nice to get the first victory in our home stadium. It was a hard game despite the 2-0. We were not concentrated and made a lot of mistakes which we hope to correct. Now the goal is to prepare for the next match where we will try to be more focused and not to make so many mistakes.”

The Lithuanian was happy to score the goal: “It is always very nice to score a goal. But the most important thing is the team and our mutual victory. We won, we got our three points, as I said before there are a few things to improve and we are looking in a positive way for the next week's match.”

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