Cherno More vs. Botev Plovdiv Match Report – Saturday May 18, 2019

First Professional Football League (Championship Round)
Cherno More
Manager: Ilian Iliev
Botev Plovdiv
Manager: Nikolay Kirov
Saturday May 18, 2019, 15:30 (venue time)
First Professional Football League (Championship Round)
Attendance: 751
Venue: Stadion Ticha, Varna
Officials: Georgi Davidov (Referee) · Georgi Doynov (AR1) · Daniel Nikov (AR2) · Petar Kirilov (4th)
Dani Kiki · 2’

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Match Summary

Kick Off
 — Goal 1:0
Half Time
 — Substitute
 — Yellow Card
 — Substitute
 — Substitute
 — Substitute
 — Substitute
 — Yellow Card
Full Time
 — Substitute

Team Stats


Cherno More Player Stats

Cherno More Player Stats Table
Player Nation Pos Min Gls Ast Sh SoT Fls Fld Crs Tkl Int
Viktor Popov9000
Erickson Patrickcv CPVMF9000
Miroslav Enchevbg BULDF9000
Mehdi Fennouchedz ALGFW1100
Viktor Genevbg BULDF9000
Georgi Ilievbg BULMF2500
Jorginhobr BRAFW12700
Dani Kikibg BULMF6510
Georgi Kitanovbg BULGK9000
Martin Kostadinovbg BULDF9000
Martin Minchevbg BULMF000
Aristote N'Dongalacd CODFW9000
Vasil Panayotovbg BULMF9000
Rodrigobr BRAFW7900

Cherno More Goalkeeper Stats

Cherno More Goalkeeper Stats Table
Player Nation Min GA Saves Save%
Georgi Kitanovbg BUL900

Botev Plovdiv Player Stats

Botev Plovdiv Goalkeeper Stats

Botev Plovdiv Goalkeeper Stats Table
Player Nation Min GA Saves Save%
Daniel Kajzerpl POL900

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