Reporting 14 May 2022

Ludogorets raised the 11th championship trophy

Ludogorets raised the 11th consecutive championship title after the match against Cherno More.

Ludogorets raised the 11th consecutive championship title after the match against Cherno More. Sotiriou scored the winning goal for the champions from the penalty point.

After the match was over, all the players, the coaches, and the management were presented with the gold medals and the trophy. The vice-president of BFU, Yordan Lechkov, personally gave the trophy to Anton Nedyalkov. The players took the trophy to the Moti stand while the crowd cheered them and shouted “champions”.

The night ended with a traditional Bulgarian horo and a firework show that lighted up the sky above Huvepharma Arena stadium.

Everyone present at the stadium honored the memory of Jody Lukoki with a minute of silence. The most talented Ludogorets Academy players were awarded by the team management during the halftime.

This was Wanderson’s last match. Both teams applauded him. The club’s president, Alexander Alexandrov, awarded Wanderson with a special plaquette.

“I love you all. Ludogorets will forever remain in my heart”, said the tearful Wanderson.


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League table efbet League, 31st round
First six
1. Ludogorets 1945 79
2. CSKA 58
3. Botev (Plovdiv) 53
4. Levski (Sofia) 52
5. Cherno more (Varna) 47
6. Slavia (Sofia) 37
Second eight
A group
1. Beroe (St. Zagora) 41
2. CSKA 1948 41
3. Lokomotiv (Plovdiv) 38
4. Arda (Kardzhali) 35
B group
1. Lokomotiv (Sofia) 34
2. Pirin (Blagoevgrad) 33
3. Botev (Vratsa) 28
4. Tsarsko selo 26

 
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