Indeed, great goal... I believe I'll remember this for quite a long time. As Tomislav Rusev said - you can see the two defenders just leaving your tv after this move.
I believe that generally this was one of the best Levski performances I have ever seen. And the words Andone, Gazaev and Jeanne Fernandez said about the team are a sign that Stoilov has done a fine job into teaching the team how to play rationally.
Richard is probably the best defensive midfielder in Levski for the past 10 years; Borimirov just can't get tired and even at the age of 35 years he covers quite a large field, attacks and defends as in his first years in the team. The defense hasn't allowed a goal on Georgi Asparuhov in Europe this year - Milanov finally got the confidence to earn his place in the field; Wagner's technique lead to Levski being active on the left wing as well and not only through Mecho on the right; Tomasic and Topuzakov are very concentrated in winning most of the so-called "first balls". Telkiiski, Koprivarov, Bardon, Yovov (when in the midfield) take the initiative in offense and when fully mobilized their improvization is vital for the team, and the attacks are not as predictable as before. Domovchijski grows from day to day - his dribble, precise shooting, positioning are quite good for his age... And finally Emil Angelov is the golden reserve, fast, with a good sense for getting goal chances.
Tis great that after the recent success in Europe (four years ago Litex reached spring games; and Levski - two years ago) we keep a steady level in the european tournaments. Finally, some journalists can stop for a while talking about the dirty side of our football and concentrate on the possitive determination of our teams to earn prestige in these games.
PS: I hope that the "Reds" follow Litex and Levski into the next round, and prove the tendency that our football is on the rise.