Reporting 22 February 2018

Ludogorets dropped out from UEFA Europa League after losing 0:1 to Milan

Ludogorets will no longer be present in Europa League after their second loss in the rematch against Milan. The champions lost with a 0:1 score on...

Ludogorets will no longer be present in Europa League after their second loss in the rematch against Milan. The champions lost with a 0:1 score on “San Siro” stadium and with a total score of 0:4 they will live the European tournament.

The only goal in this game was score by Fabio Borini. The ex-Liverpool player received the ball from Cutrone in the 21st minute and scored.

Ludogorets was equal to the competitor through most of the game and even had the chance to score twice. Marcelinho had the opportunity to score in the first half, but his attempt from a good position went out. After the half time the new recruit Swierczok also tried to score after he received an accurate pass from Lukoki, but the keeper Antonio Donarumma saved.

In the last few minutes Natanael also had the chance to even the score. The Brazilian kicked the ball from the foul line of the penalty zone, but it went out.

MILAN - LUDOGORETS 1:0

1:0 Borini (21')

Milan: Donarumma, Abate, Sapata, Romagnoli (74 – Bonucci), Rodriguez, Kesie (56 – Mauri), Locatelli, Montolivo, Borini, Silva, Cutrone (56 – Kalinic)

Ludogorets: Broun, Natanael, Moti, Terziev, Cicinho, Anicet (82 – Dyakov), Goralski, Wanderson, Marcelinho (63 – Campanharo), Misidjan (71 – Lukoki), Swierczok.


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Milan - Ludogorets 1:0
League table efbet League, 6th round
1. Beroe (St. Zagora) 14
2. Ludogorets 1945 13
3. Arda (Kardzhali) 12
4. CSKA 12
5. Lokomotiv (Plovdiv) 12
6. Levski (Sofia) 10
7. Tsarsko selo 9
8. Montana 8
9. Botev (Vratsa) 7
10. CSKA 1948 6
11. Botev (Plovdiv) 5
12. Cherno more (Varna) 5
13. Slavia (Sofia) 1
14. Etar (Veliko Tarnovo) 0

 
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