SOFIA - A first-half goal by winger Spas
Delev helped CSKA Sofia secure their first Bulgarian Cup triumph
in five years with a 1-0 win over city rivals Slavia on
Bulgaria international Delev, who scored in every round,
netted from close range from Brazilian midfielder Marquinhos's
precise pass six minutes before the break.
Slavia, the oldest Sofia club, finished the tense affair at
the Vasil Levski national stadium with 10 men after Brazilian
defender Josias Basso was sent off for a second yellow card in
the closing stages.
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