Reporting 15 June 2018

Ludogorets achieved an 11:00 win after Autuori joined the team

The first game for Ludogorets under the guidance of the new head manager Paulo Autuori ended with a massive 11:0 win against Maritsa (Plovdiv). The...

The first game for Ludogorets under the guidance of the new head manager Paulo Autuori ended with a massive 11:0 win against Maritsa (Plovdiv). The trial game was played in Smolyan where the team from Razgrad is currently on a training camp. The scorer Swierczok was able to pull off a hat trick, and Autuori decided to use two different team compositions for each half of the game.

The first half was enough for the champions to score four goals. Keseru opened the score in the 4th minute, Misidjan added a second in the 18th,  Dyakov scored in the 22nd and Marcelinho added the fourth goal in the 38th minute.

The second half was when Swierczok achieved his hat trick; he did it in the 63rd, 85th and the 90th minute. Lukas Sasha scored twice – in the 56th and the 82nd minute, and Joao Paulo was accurate in the 62nd and the 78th minute.

This game concluded the champions’ camp in Smolyan, and they will continue their training in Austria on Monday.

Team composition of Ludogorets against Maritsa (Plovdiv):

First half: Broun, Cicinho, Grigore, Moti, Natanael, Dyakov, Campanharo, Marcelinho, Wanderson, Misidjan, Keseru.

Second half: Naumov, Panov, Terziev, Forster, Bakalov, Klimentov, Lukas Sasha, Yankov, Lukoki, Joao Paulo, Swierczok.


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Ludogorets - Maritsa (Plovdiv) 11:0
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