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Olympiacos 1-2: Escape with Al Kaabi, Red and White Mendelibre upset for the second time in a row

Olympiacos 1-2: Escape with Al Kaabi, Red and White Mendelibre upset for the second time in a row

Olympiacos struggled but escaped Agrinho by defeating Panetolikos 2-1 in Round 25 of the Stokeman Super League. Duarte opened the scoring in the 33rd minute, then Torrejon equalized with an own goal in the 72nd minute, then Al Kaabi equalized in the 79th minute.

Olympiacos had a difficult task in Agrinio, but he was able to emerge victorious. The Red and Whites won 2-1 over Panayetolikos in Matchday 25 of the Stokeman Super League regular season, pulling off the upset.

Mediliber went in turns, but emerged victorious. Frederico Duarte opened the scoring for Agriniotis in the 33rd minute. Torrejon equalized through his own goal after Martinez's effort in the 72nd minute, while Al Kaabi gave the three points to Olympiacos in the 79th minute.

José Luis Medibar played in a 5×5 formation on the red and white bench, while Olympiacos collected 53 points in the standings. Agrinios remained in twelfth place with 19 points.

the match

Olympiacos was the one who had possession of the ball from the first minutes of the match, but was unable to score in the first half. The first good moment for the red and white came in the 18th minute. Masouras ran from the left side, and Pontense shot one ball, but the ball ended up in the hands of the Panetolikos goalkeeper.

Panetolikos - Olympiacos 1-2: Escaping with Al-Kaabi, the second surprise in a row for the Red and Whites of Mendeliber

A minute later, Olympiacos had another moment. Masouras shot from a difficult angle from the left side of the penalty area, but did not give the ball any direction towards the goal. Then it was Cabral's time to threaten, and the Portuguese missed the goal in the 24th minute with a shot from outside the area.

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In the 30th minute, Iborra had a good opportunity. After filling the penalty area, El Kaabi headed into the 'heart' of the area, where the Spaniard shot the ball, and the Panetolikos goalkeeper jumped and cleared a corner kick. Panayetolikos won in its first final.

Federico Duarte played 1-2 with Dias, Nduarte entered the penalty area and with a powerful shot from the right side sent the ball into the net, making the score 1-0. Until the end of the first half, Agriniot threatened again with the Portuguese winger, who interfered with the situation in the area, but lost the ball.

Olympiacos tried to come out strong in the second half, searching for an equalizer. However, he did not succeed in threatening the center of Panayetolikos, who was keen to cover his rear. In the 52nd minute, Diaz shot a ball from outside the penalty area that passed near the post.

Mindliber tried to remedy the situation, entering the stadium of Essie, Martins and Jovic in the 49th minute. Despite the creative difficulties, Olympiacos managed to equalize in the 72nd minute of the match. Gilson Martins received the ball from Quiqueño on the right side of the penalty area, sent a cross, Torrejon put his foot into the net, and the ball crashed into the net.

In the 79th minute, Olympiacos turned the match upside down. Al-Kaabi stole the ball from Mali and put it past the goalkeeper. The Moroccan tackled Tabidze to intercept the ball on the goal line, but he failed and the ball entered the net, ending the score at 2-1.

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Until the end of the match, there was no further change in the score, but Panetolikos had a good moment to restore the balance again. Singelia committed a direct foul, and Paschalakis jumped and did the opposite in the 90+4 minute.

Panetolikos - Olympiacos 1-2: Escaping with Al-Kaabi, the second surprise in a row for the Red and Whites of Mendeliber
  • Panaretolic: Chaves, Oikonomou, Malis, Tapetz (67' Stajic), Mavrias, Hatjitheodoridis (70' Torrejon), Perez, Duarte, Bozoukis (61' Tsingaras), Karelis (67' Pedro), Diaz (61' Singilia).
  • Olympic: Paschalakis, Kenny, Fiso (90' Doi), Ritsos, Ortega, Iborra (59' Essie), Tsikwinio, Pontense, Cabral (59' Martins – 83' Alexandropoulos), Masouras (59' Jovetic), El Kaabi.