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Ludogorets 2018/19 Third kit Small BNWT

Ludogorets 2018/19 Third kit Small BNWT

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Condition: ★★★★★

This fanela is in Brand New With Tags condition, An excellent jersey with a clever eagle detailing. Also the Bulgarian flag can be seen on the sleeves. The size is Small.

During the 2018/19 season, PFC Ludogorets Razgrad, a professional football club based in Bulgaria, competed in various competitions. Here's a summary of their performance in the major competitions:

  1. Bulgarian First Professional Football League (Parva Liga): Ludogorets dominated the Bulgarian league once again and secured the championship title. They finished at the top of the league table, continuing their domestic success.

  2. Bulgarian Cup: In the Bulgarian Cup (Kupa na Bulgaria), Ludogorets reached the quarter-finals of the competition. They were eliminated by Slavia Sofia in that round.

  3. UEFA Champions League: In the UEFA Champions League, Ludogorets entered the competition in the second qualifying round. They managed to progress through several qualifying rounds but were eventually knocked out in the playoff round. 

  4. UEFA Europa League: Following their elimination from the UEFA Champions League, Ludogorets dropped down to the UEFA Europa League for the group stage. They were drawn into Group A, which included teams like Bayer Leverkusen, FC Zürich, and AEK Larnaca. Ludogorets finished third in their group and did not advance to the knockout stages.

Some of the key players for Ludogorets during that season included:

  1. Cosmin Moți: The experienced Romanian defender played a crucial role in Ludogorets' defense and was known for his leadership on the pitch.

  2. Wanderson: The Brazilian winger was one of Ludogorets' top goal scorers and provided creativity and attacking flair for the team.

  3. Marcelinho: The Brazilian midfielder was known for his playmaking abilities and was instrumental in Ludogorets' midfield.

  4. Svetoslav Dyakov: A Bulgarian midfielder, Dyakov was a key figure in Ludogorets' midfield and played an important role in the team's possession and distribution.

  5. Claudiu Keșerü: The Romanian striker was one of the top goal scorers in the team and played a significant role in Ludogorets' attacking efforts.

  6. Jody Lukoki: The Dutch winger added pace and skill to Ludogorets' attacking options.

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