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Return leg in Piraeus, Olympiakos won 3-1 in Belgrade last week.

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MATCHUP:           Olympiakos-Partizan

COMPETITION:    2017-2018 UEFA Champions League Qualifying

DATE:                   2-August-2017

TIME:                   21:45 local time

CITY/STADIUM:    Stadio Giorgos Karaiskakis, Piraeus

REFEREE:  Javier Estrada(ESP)

ASSISTANT REFEREES: Miguel Martinez, Francisco Martin(ESP)

FOURTH OFFICIAL: Ignacio Iglesias Villanueva(ESP)

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27 Kapinos(GK)

4 Romao

7 Fortounis(Captain)

8 Odjidja

10 Marin

23 Koutris

26 Vukovic

31 Ben Nabouhane

33 Carcela-Gonzalez

45 Retsos

77 Figueiras




22 Gianniotis(GK)

14 Elabdellaoui

21 Siopis

29 Emenike

44 Zdjelar

90 Pardo

92 Seba


Manager: Bensik Hasi(ALB)


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12 Kljajic(GK)

3 Tawamba

4 Vulicevic(Captain)

6 Cirkovic

10 Jankovic

20 Soumah

21 Jevtovic

23 Ostojic

25 Bilher

26 Miletic

32 Djurdjevic




85 Stevanovic(GK)

11 Djurickovic

22 Ilic

27 Kosovic

55 Pantic

73 Miletic

99 Jovanovic


Manager: Miroslav Djukic(SRB)

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Free kick, volley by Fortounis, oh what a save by Kljajic

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Partizan substitution:


Pantic IN

Soumah OUT

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Olympiakos substitution:


Seba IN

Fortounis OUT


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Zdjelar IN

Vukovic OUT

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Kosovic IN

Jevtovic OUT

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Final Partizan substitution:


Ilic IN

Tawamba OUT

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Jankovic wide open all alone, OVER THE NET!

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Final Olympiakos substitution:


Siopis IN

Marin OUT


All changes have been made

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3 hours ago, Molon Lave said:

How long has it been since Olympiakos appeared in the playoffs of the Champions League? 

Been a while. We used to just get in as Greek champs, but that doesn't mean as much anymore.

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