Bulgarian football team Levski Sofia has called for a rematch against Ħamrun Spartans after a referee error led to a goal scored in the dying minutes of the game.
The goal had the Maltese side take the lead in the 92nd minute, meaning they had to play through extra time following the outcome of the first leg.
Following extra time, Ħamrun walked away with a historic 4-1 win on penalties.
The incredible moment is now at risk following a Levski Sofia protest in the face of an unnoticed infringement that led to the goal.
BREAKING: Levski have filed a complaint, asking UEFA for their Conference League clash with Hamrun to be REPLAYED! The reason is that a Hamrun player entered the Levski half (as the 📸 shows) before the Maltese side resumed the match after conceding a goal. Then Hamrun scored… pic.twitter.com/DfC0xwGGgt
— Metodi_Shumanov (@shumanskoo) August 13, 2022
They alleged that the referee failed to notice that Ryan Camenzuli had crossed the halfway line before play resumed at kick-off, moments before the player bagged the winner.
Ħamrun were set to face Partizan Belgrade in their next confrontation. But could they be made to test themselves against Levski Sofia a second time?
Do you think the match should be re-played?