Nigeria midfielder John Ogu was the match hero for his Hapoel Beer Sheva side as his late goal gave his team a 2-1 away win at Maccabi Tel Aviv.
Ogu’s strike ensured that Hapoel Beer Sheva retained their Israeli title.
Fresh from the famous win over rivals Maccabi Haifa in their last game, Beer Sheva fell behind in the 28th minute from a Vidar Oern Kjartansson strike.
The reigning Israeli champions rallied back and got the equaliser in the 12 minutes after the restart from the boots of Maor Melikson.
It was left for the Nigerian to pop up with just a minute left in regulation time to score for Beer Sheva and earn his side the three points that all but sealed the championship for a second season on the bounce.
Hapoel Beer Sheva top the Israeli league with 80 points after 33 games.
I give you all the praise God .Thank you for everything .Back to back champion. pic.twitter.com/GJhpVtzso3