Reporting 5 June 2020

Cauly brought the victory to Ludogorets

Ludogorets is a step closer to winning the 9th championship title in a row after defeating Levski with a 1:0 score.

Ludogorets is a step closer to winning the 9th championship title in a row after defeating Levski with a 1:0 score. The team is not 12 points ahead of the competitor in the overall qualification.

Spierings tried to score in the 5th minute but missed. Ivanov attempted a goal but Nedyalkov kicked the ball to the other side. Anicet tried to score later but Mijatovic saved. Tchibota caused an offside situation in the 25th minute. Eyjolfsson scored an own goal as a result. The situation was a controversial one but one could assume there wasn’t an offside situation at all. Goranov tried to score in the 36th minute but Stoyanov saved. Tchibota almost scored immediately after that but the ball flew just centimeters above Levski’s gate. Ivanov passed to Spierings and he almost scored as well.

Keseru was replaced at the beginning of the second half. Cauly outplayed Raynov immediately after that and passed to Wanderson who returned the ball to him and scored from a 20-meter distance.

Levski tried to be more invasive after the goal but Ludogorets resisted well. Ivanov and Roberta created a situation in the 64th minute. Tchibota raided the other team’s half in the 70th minute and Mijatovic found it hard to kick the ball out. He was lucky to save that one. Roberta tried to score once more but failed again.

There were no other situations until the end and Ludogorets kept the three points won.


0:1 Cauly (46')

LEVSKI: Mijatovic, Cargas, Eyjolfsson, Slavchec (72 – Nascimento), Goranov, Naydenov, Raynov, Roberta (82 – Kostov), Spierings, Ivanov (80 – Petkov), Paulinho

LUDOGORETS: Stoyanov, Nedyalkov, Cicinho, Terziev, Grigore, Oliveira (89 – Ikoko), Badji, Tchibota, Wanderson, Anicet, KEseru (46 – Swierczok)

Yellow cards: Slavchev, Paulinho (Levski); Stoyanov, Grigore, Wanderson (Ludogorets).


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League table Parva liga, 29th round
1. Ludogorets 72
2. Cherno more 61
3. CSKA-Sofia 60
4. Lokomotiv (Plovdiv) 54
5. Levski 51
6. Krumovgrad 41
7. Botev (Plovdiv) 41
8. CSKA 1948 39
9. Arda 39
10. Slavia 33
11. Beroe 33
12. Hebar 30
13. Pirin (Blagoevgrad) 29
14. Lokomotiv (Sofia) 28
15. Botev (Vratsa) 19
16. Etar (Veliko Tarnovo) 14

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