VIDEO - Israel thrashed Estonia 4-0 on Wednesday to keep their Euro 2008 qualification hopes alive as substitute Ben Sahar of Chelsea scored twice in the closing minutes of their Group E clash. Israel dominated from the outset and goalkeeper Dudu Aouate was hardly troubled by the Estonians. They had some more possession in the second half but only once came close to scoring. Video: Eli Elgarat Editing: Omri Polak Bolton Wanderers' Idan Tal and Roberto Colautti of Maccabi Haifa who both served a one-match suspension and missed Saturday 0-0 draw with England, celebrated their return to the starting lineup with the goals which set Israel on course for victory. Tal scored the first after 20 minutes when he drilled a powerful low shot from the edge of the area right in front of goal leaving outstretched Estonian goalkeeper Mart Poom with no chance as he dived to his left. Colautti strikes second goal (Photo: Eli Elgarat) Argentine-born Colautti added the second goal when he rose high to head in at the far post from a good cross from by right-back Amit Ben Shushan. Chelsea teenager Sahar, 17, who came on in the 64th minute as a substitute for Toto Tamuz, made it 3-0 in the 77th minute when he pounced forward to tip the ball with his toe and lob the ball over Poom. Three minutes later he added another with a curling shot from the edge of the area. Estonia's only chance came in the 71st minute when substitute Tarmo Kink was left unmarked and headed the ball at the far post only to be denied by Aouate who tipped the ball away for a corner.