Club 24 March 2018

Bulgaria lost to Bosnia and Herzegovina on “Ludogorets Arena” stadium

The Bulgarian national football team lost 0:1 to Bosnia and Herzegovina on “Ludogorets Arena” stadium. A lot of fans showed up to support “The Lions”...

The Bulgarian national football team lost 0:1 to Bosnia and Herzegovina on “Ludogorets Arena” stadium. A lot of fans showed up to support “The Lions” despite the cold weather. The main players of the ex-Yugoslavian republic’s team were Miralem Pjanic and Edin Dzeko. Vasil Bozhikov scored an own goal in the 20th minute, and Martin Raynov received a red card in the end of the game.

Regardless of the loss, the Bulgarian team performed well and had a few chances to score. After Memisevic tried to clear out the ball, the Bosnia and Herzegovina team was saved by the woodwork in the 88th minute.

The national football team’s camp in Razgrad ends on Saturday. Petar Hubchev’s players spent a week in Razgrad and despite the heavy snow they were able to practice at the Ludogorets club base.

The team is going to Bucharest on Saturday evening from where they will get on a flight to Hungary. Next week they will play against the national team of Kazakhstan, guided by Stanimir Stoilov. 


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Bulgaria - Bosnia & Herzegovina 0:1
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