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When Panenka Penalties Go Wrong, Vol #3,402: The Lazio vs Ludogorets Edition (GIF)

By Chris Wright

Italy Soccer Europa League

While his side managed to pip themselves a 1-0 win, Ludogorets captain Stevoslav Dyakov had a rotten old evening against Lazio in the Europa League last night, though, mercifully, it only lasted 55 minutes.

Dyakov was sent-off ten minutes after half-time for picking up a second yellow card but not before he saw his early ‘Panenka’ penalty saved by Lazio ‘keeperĀ Etrit Berisha, who had enough time to dive and get back to his feet before Dyakov’s weak shot made it to him.

Having collected the chip with ease, Berisha even gave the Ludogorets skipper a contemptuous wag of his finger just to rub salt into the wound…

Oh dear, oh dear. It never looks good when they’re saved, does it?

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By Chris on February 21st, 2014 in Europa League, FAIL, GIFs, Newsnow. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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4 Responses to “When Panenka Penalties Go Wrong, Vol #3,402: The Lazio vs Ludogorets Edition (GIF)”

  1. Joe says:

    Who or what in hell are Ludogorets?

  2. Chris says:

    Seems like they are from bulgaria and played quite good actually. Their goalkeeper was extroudenery!

  3. Bulgarian says:

    The champion of Bulgaria (Ludogorets is sometimes translated as “Crazy Forest” :), a very tough team to beat in the Europa League… probably will eliminate Lazio, but the next opponent is Valencia

  4. Bulgarian says:

    Ludogorets – the champion of Bulgaria (its name is translated as “Crazy Forest” :), a very tough team to beat in the Europa League (actually, they haven’t lost a single match so far, only two goals conceded), probably will eliminate Lazio, but the next opponent is Valencia. All in all, remember the name of the team – Ludogorets is expected to qualify for the next Champions League group stage (if they retain their title, of course)

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