The surprise of the stage: The bottom ranked team defeats the reigning champion, on its home turf

Last ranked Dinamo Bucharest defeated Farul Constanţa, the reigning champion, with a score of 2-0 (1-0), on Monday evening, away, in the last match of the 25th stage of the football Superleague.

Dinamo opened the scoring through the North Macedonian defender Darko Velkovski (29), on his first success in the Super League, with a header from the free kick executed by the Bulgarian Gheorghi Milanov. The team coached by the Croatian Zeljko Kopic doubled its advantage at the beginning of the second half, through Dennis Politic (48), who pushed the ball centered by Domagoj Pavicic into the net.

The lighthouse had a bar, in min. 67, through defender Ionuţ Larie.

Dinamo was close to the third goal, but goalkeeper Alexandru Buzbuchi rejected the ball shot from an angle by Costin Amzăr (75).

In min. 79, in a clash between Buzbuchi and Dynamo striker Hakim Abdallah, referee Marcel Bîrsan awarded a red card to the goalkeeper of Farului, but reversed the decision.

Farul didn't even score the honor goal, although Constantin Grameni was very close to it, but his volley from 20 meters went wide of the crossbar.

Dinamo did not manage to escape from the last place, but it is equal in points and goal difference with FC Botoşani, which has scored more goals.

The lighthouse was undefeated for seven rounds, in which it had obtained four victories and three draws. Dinamo was coming after three consecutive failures, all at the limit. In the round, Farul prevailed 2-0.

FC Farul Constanta – Dinamo Bucharest 0-2 (0-1)Academia Hagi – Stadion Central – Ovidiu Scored: Darko Velkovski (29), Dennis Politic (48).

Referee: Marcel Bîrsan (Bucharest); assistant referees: Vasile Marinescu (Bucharest), Romică Bîrdeș (Pitesti); fourth official: Ovidiu Robu (Chitila)

Video referee: Viorel Nicusor Flueran (Craiova); video assistant referee: Cristina Mariana Trandafir (Bucharest)

Observers: Dan Victor Berbecaru (Râmnicu Vâlcea) – CCA, Adrian Pitu (Constanța) – LPF