2017 Bulgarian Supercup

The 2017 Bulgarian Supercup was the 14th Bulgarian Supercup, an annual Bulgarian football match played between the winners of the previous season's First Professional Football League and Bulgarian Cup. The game was played between the champions of the 2016-17 First League, Ludogorets Razgrad, and the 2017 Bulgarian Cup winners, Botev Plovdiv.

2017 Bulgarian Supercup
Botev won 5–4 on penalties
Date9 August 2017
VenueLazur Stadium, Burgas, Bulgaria
RefereeStanislav Todorov (Shumen)
Attendance1,830
WeatherClear
24 °C (75 °F)[1]
2016
2018

This was Ludogorets's fifth Bulgarian Supercup appearance and Botev's second. Both teams already competed against each other for the 2014 Supercup final which ended with a 3−1 victory for Ludogorets. The 2017 game ended 1−1 in regular time and after 5−4 on penalties Botev clinched their first Supercup win.

Match overviewEdit

Match detailsEdit

Ludogorets Razgrad1–1Botev Plovdiv
Wanderson   47' Report Nedelev   16'
Penalties
Marcelinho  
Wanderson  
Natanael  
Anicet  
Moți  
4–5   Baltanov
  Viana
  Genev
  Brisola
  Dimov
Attendance: 1,830
Referee: Stanislav Todorov (Shumen)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ludogorets
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Botev
GK 1   Jorge Broun
RB 4   Cicinho
CB 32   Ihor Plastun
CB 30   Cosmin Moți
LB 6   Natanael   38'
CM 12   Anicet Abel
CM 18   Svetoslav Dyakov (c)   60'
RW 88   Wanderson
AM 84   Marcelinho
LW 93   Virgil Misidjan   74'
CF 28   Claudiu Keșerü   25'   77'
Substitutes:
GK 33   Renan dos Santos
DF 5   Georgi Terziev
MF 8   Lucas Sasha
MF 10   Gustavo Campanharo
FW 11   Juninho Quixadá   77'
FW 37   João Paulo   74'
MF 44   Jacek Góralski
Manager:
  Georgi Dermendzhiev
GK 22   Daniel Kajzer
RB 2   Tsvetomir Panov
CB 70   Plamen Dimov   12'
CB 4   Viktor Genev
LB 24   Lazar Marin
CM 10   Serkan Yusein   61'
CM 7   Felipe Brisola   38'
RM 17   Lachezar Baltanov (c)
AM 8   Todor Nedelev   85'
LM 11   Toni Tasev   46'
CF 9   Fernando Viana
Substitutes:
GK 99   Ivan Čvorović
MF 6   Álvaro Juliano   85'
MF 14   Yaya Meledje   70'   46'
DF 18   Radoslav Terziev
DF 25   Krum Stoyanov   61'
MF 26   Radoslav Apostolov
FW 79   Kristian Dobrev
Manager:
  Nikolay Kirov

MATCH OFFICIALS

  • Assistant referees:
  • Fourth official: Nikola Popov (Sofia)

MATCH RULES

  • 90 minutes.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Seven named substitutes, of which three may be used

Post-match reactionsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Weather history for Burgas, Bulgaria". Weather Underground. Retrieved 9 August 2017.