He remains Israel"s record goalscorer, with 33 goals in 83 caps. Domestic career As a striker, he played for Maccabi Netanya along with Paris Saint Germain in France and alongside Pelé for New York Cosmos of the North American Soccer League in the 1970s. International career Spiegler made his international debut for Israel on 2 January 1964 against Hong Kong.
He scored Israel"s lone goal in World Cup history in a 1–1 draw against Sweden.
His 32 goals for the national team (according to IFA count, Fédération internationale de football association counts only 25 of them) is the Israeli record. Spiegler scored 25 goals in 62 "official" internationals for the Israeli national side, he also played in 21 other "unofficial" matches (mostly Olympic Games qualifiers) scoring seven more goals.
Spiegler captained the Israeli Olympic team at Mexico City 1968 which reached the quarter-finals, losing to Bulgaria by a draw after the match ended 1–1. International Israel AFC Youth Championship (1): 1964 AFC Asian Cup (1): 1964 = Individual Israeli Premier League – Top Goalscorer (3): 1965-1966, 1967-1968, 1968-1969 Israeli Player of the Year (4): 1965-1966, 1968-1969, 1969-1970, 1970-1971 International goals Post-playing career He was nominated as the best Israeli player of the prior 50 years by the Israel Football Association in the Union of European Football Associations Jubilee Awards in November 2003.
Player = Club = Maccabi Netanya = New York Cosmos Manager = Club = Beitar Tel Aviv = Maccabi Netanya.