2010 Bulgarian Cup Final

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2010 Bulgarian Cup Final
Event 2009–10 Bulgarian Cup
Date May 5, 2010
Venue Gradski Stadium, Lovech
Man of the Match Doncho Atanasov
Referee Nikolay Yordanov
Attendance 5,250

The 2010 Bulgarian Cup Final was played at the Lovech Stadium in Lovech on May 5, 2010, and was contested by Beroe Stara Zagora and Chernomorets Pomorie. The match was won by Beroe Stara Zagora, with Doncho Atanasov scoring the crucial goal in the 92nd minute.[1]



5 May 2010
Chernomorets Pomorie 0 – 1 Beroe Stara Zagora
D. Atanasov Goal 90+2'
Gradski Stadium, Lovech
Attendance: 5,250
Referee: Nikolay Yordanov (Sofia)
GK 1 Bulgaria Yanko Georgiev
DF 2 Bulgaria Kostadin Velkov
DF 18 Bulgaria Miroslav Koev
DF 22 Bulgaria Malin Orachev (c)
DF 25 Bulgaria Plamen Dimov
MF 14 Bulgaria Emanuil Manev
MF 17 Bulgaria Georgi Chakarov Substituted off 89'
MF 8 Bulgaria Georgi Kostadinov YC 63'
MF 10 Bulgaria Stanimir Mitev
MF 11 Bulgaria Tsvetan Filipov Substituted off 90'
FW 20 Bulgaria Yani Pehlivanov
GK 12 Bulgaria Plamen Kolev
MF 3 Bulgaria Georgi Kaloyanov
DF 4 Bulgaria Venelin Filipov Substituted in 90'
FW 9 Bulgaria Zhivko Petkov
FW 19 Bulgaria Galin Dimov Substituted in 89'
MF 21 Bulgaria Krum Stoyanov
DF 31 Bulgaria Radoslav Staykov
Bulgaria Petar Houbchev

Assistant referees:
Bulgaria Nikola Djuganski
Bulgaria Kiril Manolov
Fourth official:
Bulgaria Anatoli Donchev

GK 22 Bulgaria Boyan Peykov
DF 2 Bulgaria Zdravko Iliev
DF 24 Bulgaria Stanislav Bachev
DF 28 Bulgaria Atanas Atanasov Substituted off 46'
DF 5 Bulgaria Ivo Ivanov
MF 13 Bulgaria Dian Genchev Substituted off 71'
MF 7 Bulgaria Slavi Zhekov (c)
MF 18 Bulgaria Petar Kostadinov
FW 17 Bulgaria Iskren Pisarov
FW 77 Bulgaria Georgi Andonov
FW 11 Bulgaria Doncho Atanasov
GK 33 Bulgaria Teodor Skorchev
DF 3 Bulgaria Todor Todorov Substituted in 46'
MF 6 Bulgaria Georgi Bozhanov
MF 20 Bulgaria Nikolay Stankov Substituted in 71'
MF 21 Bulgaria Milen Tanev
FW 27 Bulgaria Atanas Apostolov
MF 29 Bulgaria Simeon Minchev
Bulgaria Ilian Iliev

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Beroe end final hoodoo". uefa.com. Archived from the original on 7 May 2010. Retrieved 2010-05-05.