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Sunday 05 Nov | 19:30 | Georgios Karaiskakis
Super League | 1st Round / Matchday 10
Olympiakos
2 - 4
PAOK
' FINAL
Sunday 05 Nov | 19:30 | Georgios Karaiskakis
Super League | 1st Round / Matchday 10
Olympiakos
2 - 4
PAOK
' FINAL
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Ball possession

    Shots
  • 12
    9
  • Saves
  • 1
    3
  • Fouls
  • 13
    11
  • Throw-ins
  • 29
    17
3
0
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7
Offside
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Match Report

Dream display from PAOK in Faliro

05.11.2023

PAOK produced a dream performance at the «Georgios Karaiskakis», scoring four goals against Olypiacos en route to an emphatic 4-2 win over the Pireaus club.

PAOK went to Piraeus with a clear plan, a cool head, plenty of passion and a hunger for a response to a poor display against AEK last time out, and achieved a memorable victory.

From the first minute of the match, the visitors entered the pitch in determined mood, eager to push their game on the home side and did not give their opponents a look in.

PAOK kept the ball, closed down the spaces, and focused calmly on building attacks on the home goal.

In the first half, the Double-headed Eagle had two important chances, with A. Živković and Koulierakis going close, but also Kotarski made a great save from close range as Podence looked certain to score. However, the key moment of the first half came in the 39th minute.

Taison and Baba combined perfectly, and the Ghanaian sent the ball into the penalty areas where Andrija Živkovic, with a shot on the move, made it 1-0 to PAOK, and that’s the way it stayed up until the half-time break.

In the second half, the pattern of play did not change. PAOK did exceptionally well and in the 56th minute they won a penalty after Brandon Thomas was fouled by Porozos. The Spaniard did not miss from 12 yards and make it 2-0.

Olympiacos tried to react, found the net but the goal was ruled out for offside, and then Brandon Thomas struck again to end the match as a contest.

With another excellent team effort, Murg served up the final pass to the Spaniard to tap home gleefully into an empty net for 3-0 in the 66th minute.

The pace of the match dropped noticeably afterwards, but PAOK continued to look dangerous in every attack. Magomed Ozdoev then put the icing on the cake.

PAOK burst forward magically on the counter attack, and Konstantelias took center stage, playing a superb one-two with Murg to bisect the Olympiacos defence before then producing an audacious and unselfish backheel pass – instead of scoring himself – for the Russian to simply slam the ball home from close range into the unguarded net and make it 4-0 in in the 78th minute.

All Olympiacos managed to do was reduce the score to 4-2 in the final stages with goals from Fortounis and Masouras as the PAOK defenders switched off slightly, when everything had already been decided.

Team lineups:

Olympiacos: Paschalakis, Kini (64′ Solbakken), Retsos, Porosso, Rodinei, Hesse (82′ Carvalho), Kamara, Alexandropoulos (46′ Masouras), Fortounis, Podence (72′ Scarpa), El Kaabi (72′ Jovetic).

PAOK: Kotarski, Baba, Koulierakis, Kedziora, Sastre, Meite (89′ Tsingaras), Ozdoev (89′ Schwab), Murg, Taison (73′ Konstantelias), A. Zivkovic (90′ Tzimas), Brandon (82′ Despodov).

Sunday 05 Nov | 19:30 | Georgios Karaiskakis
Super League | 1st Round / Matchday 10
Olympiakos
PAOK
2 - 4
' FINAL
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Pregame
Kick Off
Half Time
Goals
Self Goal
Penalty
Substitution
Corners
Offside
Opportunity
Barshot
Comment
Yellow Card
Second Yellow Card
Red card
Missed Penalty
Statistics

Ball possession

    Shots
  • 12
    9
  • Saves
  • 1
    3
  • Fouls
  • 13
    11
  • Throw-ins
  • 29
    17
3
0
Yellow/red Cards
1
0
7
Offside
2
7
Corners
2
0
Shots on woodwork
0

Dream display from PAOK in Faliro

05.11.2023

PAOK produced a dream performance at the «Georgios Karaiskakis», scoring four goals against Olypiacos en route to an emphatic 4-2 win over the Pireaus club.

PAOK went to Piraeus with a clear plan, a cool head, plenty of passion and a hunger for a response to a poor display against AEK last time out, and achieved a memorable victory.

From the first minute of the match, the visitors entered the pitch in determined mood, eager to push their game on the home side and did not give their opponents a look in.

PAOK kept the ball, closed down the spaces, and focused calmly on building attacks on the home goal.

In the first half, the Double-headed Eagle had two important chances, with A. Živković and Koulierakis going close, but also Kotarski made a great save from close range as Podence looked certain to score. However, the key moment of the first half came in the 39th minute.

Taison and Baba combined perfectly, and the Ghanaian sent the ball into the penalty areas where Andrija Živkovic, with a shot on the move, made it 1-0 to PAOK, and that’s the way it stayed up until the half-time break.

In the second half, the pattern of play did not change. PAOK did exceptionally well and in the 56th minute they won a penalty after Brandon Thomas was fouled by Porozos. The Spaniard did not miss from 12 yards and make it 2-0.

Olympiacos tried to react, found the net but the goal was ruled out for offside, and then Brandon Thomas struck again to end the match as a contest.

With another excellent team effort, Murg served up the final pass to the Spaniard to tap home gleefully into an empty net for 3-0 in the 66th minute.

The pace of the match dropped noticeably afterwards, but PAOK continued to look dangerous in every attack. Magomed Ozdoev then put the icing on the cake.

PAOK burst forward magically on the counter attack, and Konstantelias took center stage, playing a superb one-two with Murg to bisect the Olympiacos defence before then producing an audacious and unselfish backheel pass – instead of scoring himself – for the Russian to simply slam the ball home from close range into the unguarded net and make it 4-0 in in the 78th minute.

All Olympiacos managed to do was reduce the score to 4-2 in the final stages with goals from Fortounis and Masouras as the PAOK defenders switched off slightly, when everything had already been decided.

Team lineups:

Olympiacos: Paschalakis, Kini (64′ Solbakken), Retsos, Porosso, Rodinei, Hesse (82′ Carvalho), Kamara, Alexandropoulos (46′ Masouras), Fortounis, Podence (72′ Scarpa), El Kaabi (72′ Jovetic).

PAOK: Kotarski, Baba, Koulierakis, Kedziora, Sastre, Meite (89′ Tsingaras), Ozdoev (89′ Schwab), Murg, Taison (73′ Konstantelias), A. Zivkovic (90′ Tzimas), Brandon (82′ Despodov).