PFC Cherno More Varna moved up to fifth place in the Bulgarian Premier League after beating PFC Litex Lovech in a game postponed after the death of Cherno More chairman Ilia Pavlov.
A goal in each half gave the visitors a 2-0 victory in the Round 16 encounter, which had been brought back from 8 March, the day after Pavlov was murdered in the capital Sofia.
Cherno More took the lead five minutes before half-time when Emil Todorov struck and Slavi Zhekov confirmed the win with a second goal on 89 minutes. The result left Litex in fourth place in the table, a point behind PFC Slavia Sofia and four ahead of Cherno More.
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