Reporting 3 April 2024

Strong Ludogorets won over Levski 5:1

Ludogorets won over Levski 5:1 and moved to the top of the efbet League. The match started with a bang for the hosts, who took the lead after only 3...

Ludogorets won over Levski 5:1 and moved to the top of the efbet League.

The match started with a bang for the hosts, who took the lead after only 3 minutes. Bernard Tekpetey broke in from the right and sent a parallel pass, Kwadwo Duah played the ball in, then Kelian van der Kaap released Rwan, who had no problem slotting home into the empty net. In the 10th minute, Ludogorets was very close to a second goal. After another breakthrough by Tekpetey and another parallel pass, Patrick-Gabriel Galchev dropped Rick Jhonathan, who returned for Rwan, whose close-range shot missed Plamen Andreev's goal.

In the 17th minute, Levski scored an equalizing goal. Patrik-Gabriel Galchev received the ball from the right and found Patrik Mislovic, who with one touch continued for Marin Petkov, and he elegantly poked the ball between the legs of Sergio Padt and equalized the score - 1:1.

Five minutes later, Ludogorets could have regained the lead after Bernard Tekpetey fired a direct free-kick towards the center of the goal, but his powerful shot hit the crossbar, saved by Plamen Andreev. In the 33rd minute, Dinis Almeida was left unmarked after Rick's cross from a corner, but he was unable to make a good shot.

The second half also started very strongly for Ludogorets. Georgi Terziev quickly put the hosts ahead again. Piotrowski then scored his goal before Kwadwo Duah put an end to the contest in the 64th minute. He benefited from a quick attack and an assist from Piotrowski.

In the 95th minute, Ludogorets scored a fifth goal. Caio Vidal was accurate, receiving a good pass from Tekpetey.


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Ludogorets - Levski 5:1
League table Parva liga, 37th round
1. Ludogorets 82
2. Cherno more 75
3. CSKA-Sofia 67
4. Levski 64
5. Lokomotiv (Plovdiv) 58
6. Krumovgrad 49

 
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