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Israel FA deny Isco approached by knife-wielding fan after Spain clash

Israel FA deny Isco approached by knife-wielding fan after Spain clash

Police arrested six Israeli fans in total for rushing the pitch after their team lost the tie 1-0 to a Asier Illarramendi strike in the 76th minute from outside the penalty box.

Real Sociedad midfielder Asier Illarramendi scored a thumping first global goal to give Spain a 1-0 win away to Israel in Group G on Monday, which rounded off their World Cup qualifying campaign with a ninth victory in 10 games.

Six fans rushed onto the field in Jerusalem, with reports in Israel claiming that one separated from the group and approached Isco carrying a knife. "There has been no incident related to security".

He was immediately stopped by police, who weren't speculating on what his plans were. "The usual measures of security were taken last night, during and after the match", he assured.

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The Spanish team achieved a 1-0 victory in their visit, thus ending Israel's dreams of qualifying to the World Cup in Russian Federation in 2018.

Spain beat Israel despite having already secured qualification.

"According to all the information we have, there is no evidence or indication that a knife was carried by anyone who ran onto the field", IFA communications director Shlomi Barzel is quoted as saying by Marca.

Isco is a midfielder for both Real Madrid and Spain who plays alongside the likes of Cristiano Ronald and Gareth Bale in Spain's La Liga, one of the premier soccer competitions in Europe.