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Olympiacos Sees Off AEK to Reclaim Top Spot in Greek Super League (Video)

Olympiacos eased past AEK 2-0 at the Georgios Karaiskakis in Piraeus to reclaim top spot in the Super League ahead of PAOK by two points.

The Piraeus club were the better team in the bad-blooded game deserved their win. Defender Ruben Semedo prodded Olympiacos in front after nine minutes, and Mady Camara fired in a second with 13 minutes to go as Pedro Martins’ side continued their unbeaten start to the campaign.

PAOK also won 2-0 on Saturday, at the Panthessaliko Stadium of Volos, courtesy of goals by Dimitris Limnios and Dimitris Pelkas.

OFI is now third after it defeated fourth Xanthi 2-0 also on Saturday.

In other games over the weekend:

Panathinaikos – AE Larissa 1 – 2

Atromitos – Panionios 4 – 0

Aris Thessaloniki – Panetolikos 2 – 0

On Monday Asteras Tripolis hosts Lamia

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