Bulgaria’s Ludogorets Drops out of Champions League Race
Bulgaria’s Ludogorets lost 2:1 to Moldova’s Milsami Orhei in UEFA Champions League second qualifying round, second leg matches on Tuesday.
Halftime ended 1-1 after Wanderson scored for Ludogorets in 27 minute and Andronic earned a draw for Milsami a minute later.
Racu scored for Milsami in 89 minute, knocking Ludogorets out.
With a 1:0 victory in the first leg qualifier the Moldovan team won the second qualifying round by 3:1 on aggregate and proceeds to the third round.
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