The Bulgarian champion Ludogorets managed to turn around Lokomotiv Sofia and defeat it 3:1 as a guest in a match of the 10th round of the First League. The people of Razgrad were trailing in the result at the break, but achieved a complete turnaround in the second half of the match in Nadezhda district.
Ludogorets turned over Lokomotiv Sofia
After only 12 minutes of play, the “railway players” managed to take the lead after a goal by Diogo Teixeira. However, in the 59th minute, Ruan Seko equalized for Ludogorets, and in the 67th minute, Claude Gonsalves completed the turnaround. Caio Vidal made the final 1:3 with a goal in the 76th minute.
“The Eagles” on the heels of Levski and CSKA
Thus, Ludogorets achieved its fifth victory since the beginning of the season, climbing to fifth place with 16 points – two points behind CSKA and three behind Levski, being a game less than both teams. The leader remains Lokomotiv Plovdiv, which is 12 points ahead of Ludogorets, but with two games more.
A direct clash against the leader Loko Plovdiv is coming
Lokomotiv Sofia registered its seventh loss since the beginning of the season, remaining in 12th place with 9 points. In the next round, the “railway players” visit CSKA, while Ludogorets hosts Lokomotiv Plovdiv. Earlier today, Pirin defeated Krumovgrad in a match with two penalties (VIDEO).
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