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REPORT CSKA 2 Levski 2
Saturday 2nd March 2002
Honours finished even in the Sofia derby as Levski came from two down to draw with CSKA and retain their seven point lead at the top of the table.
Georgi Ivanov, as so often before, was the man who turned the game, striking on 63 minutes to kickstart the fight-back.
CSKA have not beaten their city rivals since 1999, but they looked to be on their way when Lubo Penev fired home a free-kick on the stroke of half-time.
And if there was any doubt how much this game means to the Reds, coach Gigi Simoni had to have treatment at half-time on a Achilles injury sustained in celebrating the goal.
Vladimir Manchev added a second with a marvellous solo effort on 56 minutes, but Ivanov reduced the deficit with a superb volley
It was eighth goal in league meetings with CSKA, a tally beaten only by Bulgaria legend Nasko Sirakov.
And five minutes later the comeback was complete as substitute Georgi Chilakov, having been on the field for just two minutes headed home his third goal in his last three games.
Levski were on top from then on, and CSKA defender Mico Vranes was sent off for the second time in a week in injury time for a foul on Ivanov.
From the resulting free-kick Levski skipper Stanimir Stoilov almost grabbed a dramatic winner, but his curling effort was saved majestically by Nenad Lukic.
CSKA: Lukic, Tomash, Gal. Ivanov, Gay, Vranes, Sv Petrov (Varbanov 67), Yanev, Yanchev, Mokke (Bukarev 70), Penev, Manchev.
Levski: Ivankov, Topuzakov, Stoilov, Dragic, Angelov (Rahim 52), Golovskoi, B Ivanov, Stankov (Chilikov 66), Kabat, G Ivanov, Pantelic (Kushev 46)
Booked: Penev, Yanchev, Gay, Manchev (CSKA); G Ivanov, Stoilov, Golovskoi, Dragic, Pantelic (Levski).
Sent off: Vranes (CSKA).
Referee: Kamen Aleksiev