Ludogorets and Beroe achieved an even 1:1 score and the champions remained the overall leaders in the championship with six points in advance of CSKA-Sofia.
Stoycho Stoev made a few changes in the team composition. Iliev took Renan’s place, Sasha played as the right wing-back and Yusein took Marcelinho’s place. Keseru was leading the attack.
Leoni passed low to Meska in the 5th minute Iliev saw this coming and caught the ball. Brigido tried to score after that but missed the gate. Yusein responded with a counter attack but he also missed the gate. Wanderson also attempted to score but Pernis intervened. Keseru sent the ball over the crossbar after that. Beroe showed what they can do. Brigido kicked the ball and it made a ricochet into Grigore’s body, nearly going into the gate. Ohene passed the ball to Eugenio in the 30th minute and he tried to score but Iliev saved. Four minutes later Wanderson’s attempt to score was saved by Pernis. Lukoki passed to Wanderson in the 42nd minute but he was not able to create a situation.
Eugenio and Ohene created a few situations in the beginning of the second half. Goralski tried to score after that but Pernis saved. Kamburov missed a pass by Leoni in the 65th minute. Lukoki scored nine minutes later but the goal was cancelled due to an offside situation. Bandalovski kicked the ball a couple of minutes later, sending it straight into the crossbar. Eugenio scored in the 85th minute from about 25 meters, but there was still some action after that. After a corner shot Popa passed to Grigore who tried to score with his head and succeeded despite Pernis’ attempt to save.
BEROE - LUDOGORETS 1:1
1:0 Eugenio (85')
1:1 Grigore (90' +3)
Beroe: Pernis, Bandalovski, Alkan, Baranov, Leoni, Tsvetkov, Meleje, Ohene (54 – Minchev), Brigido (81 – Vasilev), Meska (85 – Kamburov), Eugenio
Ludogorets: Iliev, Sasha, Grigore, Moti, Nedyalkov, Yusein (62 – Anicet), Goralski, Dyakov, Wanderson, Keseru (70 – Swierczok), Lukoki (79 – Popa)
Yellow cards: Ohene, Brigido, Meleje, Bandalovski, Eugenio (Beroe); Moti, Wanderson, Lukoki, Yusein, Anicet (Ludogorets)