Following the game, which Spain won through an Asier Illarramendi goal, six Israeli fans rushed onto the pitch, as reported by The Times of Israel.
It was finally snapped with a 1-0 win over Liechtenstein last Friday, but the blue-and-white yet again failed to find the back of the net on Monday, with Asier Illarramendi scoring the only goal of the uneventful encounter in Jerusalem in the 76th minute.
He was unharmed in the ugly post-game scenes and therefore remains in contention to start for Real in Saturday's trip to Getafe.
Stadium security did stop the pitch invader before he reached the player, and both the IFA and the police have denied that a knife was found on the assailant.
"There was no security incident".
"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".
Israel's next competitive matches will be in September 2018 when the UEFA Nations League, a new league competition for national teams, gets under way for the first time.
"I do not think Spain was received in a stadium outside their country with as much affection as here, especially Isco who received shouts and banners".
The story is completely baseless and fabricated.
It must also be stressed that there's not a single photograph of any Israeli fan with a knife in their possession.
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