At home Huvepharma, Bulgarian man Ludogorets Razgrad is leveling off and will have a serious challenge in the first leg of the round of 16. Because they will encounter the distant representative from Italy, Inter Milan is also unstable, whether Conte teachers and teachers will vent their anger after the recent defeat to Lazio in order to regain excitement for the crown battle in Serie A. Or Ludogorets will surprise at the first encounter with the opponent.

In the first season after promotion, Ludogorets won a treble in the country, and in the knockout stages of the 2013 Europa League, Ludogorets was also the second Bulgarian team, after Levski Sofia, to enter the group stage of UEFA. Champions League, a feat they achieved the following year and also became the first Bulgarian team to score in the Champions League group stage after a 1-0 win over Basel at home. Ludogorets has established itself as a dominant force in Bulgarian football, claiming every championship dating back to 2011.

Inter won their first championship in 1910 and since its inception, the club has won 30 domestic titles, including 18 Scudetto, 7 Coppa Italia and 5 Supercoppa Italiana. From 2006 to 2010, the club won five consecutive championships, equaling the all-time record at the time as well as having won the Champions League three times: twice in 1964 and 1965 and afterwards. is again in 2010, that year they won the treble at the hands of coach Jose Mourinho. This season, they are with the new coach Antonio Conte fiercely competing for the throne of Serie A after many years of waiting, but they have just been slapped quite a pain from losing 1-2 on the field of direct competitor is Lazio, although rookie Ashley Young opened the scoring for them to have a goal to launch the new club after joining from United in January but two goals lost to Inter.