Bulgaria's Ludogorets Defeats Mladost Podgorica 2:0 in Champions League Qualifier

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Bulgaria: Bulgaria's Ludogorets Defeats Mladost Podgorica 2:0 in Champions League Qualifier The players of Ludogorets (green jerseys) celebrate after scoring a goal against Montenegro's Mladost Podgorica in their first leg match from the second qualifying round of the Champions League. Photo: BGNES

Bulgaria's reigning football champion Ludogorets defeated Montenegro's Mladost Podgorica 2:0 in their first leg encounter from the second qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League played in Razgrad on Wednesday.

Romanian defender Cosmin Moti opened the score after successfully performing a penalty kick in the thirteenth minute. Thirteen minutes later, Jody Lukoki made it 2:0.

The team from Razgrad started successfully its participation in the European tournaments and established a comfortable lead before the return match which will take place a week later in Montenegro.

Last season, Ludogorets was ousted in the second qualifying round of the Champions League after losing 1:3 on aggregate to Moldova's Milsami Orhei.

 

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