Ludogorets and Levski achieved an even 1:1 score. The champions remain on the top of the overall rating with just two more rounds of the championship to go.
There no goal situations in the first half. Ludogorets had control over the ball in most of the time. Popa had the chance to create a situation twice, but he had no luck.
Ludogorets received the right to a penalty shot after Ivanov used his hand to stop the ball after Keseru tried to score. The referee gave him a red card and Moti scored from the penalty point. The champions had the chance to score twice in the next few minutes. Grigore received a second yellow card in the 69th minute after he fouled Ivanov. The referee literally made a gift to Levski after deciding that there was another fouled player. MIlanov scored from after that. Five minutes before the end the referee Yordanov gave a second yellow card to Anicet, thus leaving the team with two players less.
Ludogorets still tried everything to score a second goal, but it did not happen
LUDOGORETS - LEVSKI 1:1
1:0 Moti (51') - penalty
1:1 Milanov (72')
Ludogorets: Iliev, Nedyalkov, Grigore, Moti, Goralski (85 – Swierczok), Anicet, Lukoki, Cicinho, Popa (83 – Manolev), Yusein (71 – Terziev), Keseru.
Levski: Mihaylov, Nganioni, Milanov, Ivanov, Paulinho, Mariani (84 – Petkov), Raynov, Reis, Ivanov, Yurukov (55 – Hountondji), Bozhinov (56 – Kostov)
Yellow cards: Grigore, Anicet, Popa (Ludogorets); Nganioni, Raynov, Bozhinov (Levski)
Red cards: Grigore, Anicet (Ludogorets); Ivanov (Levski)