Ludogorets lost their final game in the championship against Lokomotiv (Plovdiv) with the minimal score of 1:2 after a very arguable penalty.
The main players for “The Eagles” were mostly young ones from the second team, while the visiting team was composed traditionally. After a very uneven game, in the 32nd minute Martinovich found himself head on with Daniel Naumov, and the young defender managed to overtake him and shot. Lokomotiv’s player immediately fell on the ground and the referee Georgi Davidov decided that this was enough for a penalty, which ended a goal by Kamburov. In the 69th minute Martinovich scored the second goal for the team from Plovdiv.
The two goals did not discourage the young talents from Ludogorets and they were close to turning things around. Slavcho Shokolarov hit the beam once, and after that in the 86th minute, after a pass from Klimentov, Tomas Tsvyatkov changed the score to 1:2 with a nice shot. In the added game time, after a quick shuffle in the penalty zone, “The Eagles” were close to making the score even, but nobody managed to score.
LUDOGORETS – LOKOMOTIV (PLOVDIV) 1:2
0:1 Martin Kamburov (32')
0:2 Dino Martinovich (69')
1:2 Tomas Tsvyatkov (87')
Ludogorets: Daniel Naumov, Aleksandar Vasilev, Kristiyan Dimitrov, Kristiyan Grigorov, Igor Plastun (captain), Oleg Dimitrov, Kristiyan Kitov, Slavcho Shokolarov, Denislav Aleksandrov (70 – Ivaylo Klimentov), Svetoslav Kovachev (77 – Serdar Yusufov), Tsvetelin Chuchunkov (84 – Tomas Tsvyatkov)
Lokomotiv: Ilko Pirgov, Plamen Krumov, Pavel Vidanov, Aleksandar Tunchev, Dimitar Vezalov, Vancho Trayanov, Stefan Yevtovski, Dimitar Velkovski (57 – Parviz Umarbaev), Dino Martinovich (93 – Petar Glavchev), Veselin Marchev (6 – Dimitar Zakonov), Martin Kamburov
Yellow cards: Aleksandar Vasilev, Slavcho Shokolarov (Ludogorets); Ilko Pirgov, Aleksandar Tunchev (Lokomotiv)