SOFIA – Cosmin Moti scored the 2-0 goal that allowed his Ludogorets to win at the home of Levski Sofia in the big match of the Bulgarian championship and decided to celebrate the goal by provoking opposing fans. This exultation caused the end of the day, the Levski Sofia fans started to invade the field to go and beat the opposing player. Chaos broke out at the stadium and the police barely stopped the invading fans. The referee sent off Cosmin Moti for a second yellow card showing him a second yellow card after his rejoicing after the penalty kick. Cosmin Moti left the stadium escorted by the local police.
Cosmin Moți, that's who the Ludogorets bomber defender is.
He made his debut in Divizia A with the Universitatea Craiova in 2002, closing with 30 appearances in 3 years. In 2005 he moved to Dinamo Bucharest with which he made his UEFA Cup debut on 11 August 2005 in Dinamo Bucharest-Omonia (3-1) and won a national title in 2007.
On 1 September 2008 he was loaned with the right of redemption to Siena, with which he played 4 games before returning to Dinamo Bucharest on 2 February 2009. After three and a half seasons he moved to Bulgaria signing for Ludogorets.
On 27 August 2014, in the unusual role of goalkeeper, he was the protagonist of the first qualification of the Ludogorets in the Champions League group stage. In fact, on the 119th minute of the match's return match against the Romanians from Steaua Bucharest, goalkeeper Stojanov had been sent off but the substitutions had ended, so to defend the Bulgarian goal from the spot was Moți who scored a penalty first and then he spoke of two (including the decisive one) despite being a defender.
YouTube videos, Levski Sofia fans invade the field to beat up Cosmin Moti, a Ludogorets player who defiantly insulted them after a penalty goal.
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