Levski Sofia fan falls through roof of tunnel after jumping on it after red card in 0-2 defeat to Ludogorets
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VIDEO: Levski Sofia fan falls through roof of tunnel after jumping on it

Trouble flared during 0-2 defeat to Ludogorets in First Professional Football League play-offs.

Here's a video of the jumping Levski fan, who smashed the tunnel of the National Stadium in Sofia during yesterday's league clash with Ludogorets, from another angle pic.twitter.com/MmjpFBStqL

— mshumanov (@shumansko) April 15, 2019

A fan of Bulgarian side Levski Sofia fell through the roof of the tunnel at their ground after jumping on it towards the end of a bad-tempered defeat to rivals Ludogorets on Sunday.

Ludogorets Razgrad defender Cosmin Moți needed a police escort off the pitch after receiving a second yellow card for his goal celebration in front of the home support.

Romanian defender Cosmin Moți sealed Ludogorets' 2-0 win over Levski, converting a penalty. The way he celebrated in front of the Levski fans led to riots in the stands and some of them invaded the pitch. Play was stopped for a few minutes, with Moți getting a second yellow card pic.twitter.com/ovckKXJ8mo

— mshumanov (@shumansko) April 14, 2019

Waiting for him above the tunnel at Vasil Levski National Stadium was a Levski Sofia supporter jumping up and down on top of the structure.

Eventually the man breaks through the plastic but gets his leg caught in the hole he made.

One Levski fan even tried to invade the pitch walking ON the stadium tunnel at the National Stadium in Sofia before the tunnel roof collapsed… pic.twitter.com/kzl4VdQ68C

— mshumanov (@shumansko) April 14, 2019

The fan disappears down the opening, with a policeman seen standing below.

His punishment is reportedly a fine of €500 and a ban from attending football matches for one year.