Ludogorets Razgrad's Champions League dreams came to an early end on Tuesday as they bounced out of the competition in the second qualifying round, one year after they put a scare into Liverpool in the group stage.
The Bulgarian champions lost 2-1 to Milsami of Moldova, falling 3-1 on aggregate.
Wanderson opened the scoring to level the tie in the 27th minute, buut Milsami responded a minute later, and despite a second-half red card to Andrei Cojocari, the hosts found a winner late on through Petru...
Two of last season's Champions League group-stage underdogs got off to a rough start in the first leg of the second qualifying round on Tuesday.
Bulgarian champions Ludogorets Razgrad, who beat Basel and held Liverpool to a draw a year ago, lost at home to Milsami 1-0.
Alexandru Antoniuc scored the only goal for the Moldovan champs in the 41st minute.
Meanwhile, Cypriot champions APOEL, quarterfinalists in 2012, were held to a goalless draw at home by Vardar of Macdeonia.
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Ten people have been arrested by Israeli police after a pitch invasion during Monday night's derby between Hapoel and Maccabi Tel Aviv.
The trouble began when a Hapoel fan ran onto the pitch and attempted to punch Maccabi midfielder Eran Zahavi, who fought back and was sent off by the referee.
Soon afterwards, more fans invaded the playing area and were intercepted by security guards before the game was called off after 33 minutes.
Luba Samri, a police spokeswoman, confirmed news of the arrests...