AEK, Panathinaikos and Olympiacos found the solution in their European encounters from the legs of Galanopoulos, Ioannidis and Alexandropoulos.
AEK laid the groundwork for qualifying for the Champions League playoffs, Panathinaikos went through them, while Olympiacos is one step ahead of the groups of the Europa League.
What did the three big nights of the Greek teams in the European competitions have in common? That the big goals were scored by Greek footballers who came on as substitutes in the matches.
The beginning took place on Tuesday night. Galanopoulos entered the field in the 67th minute in place of Jonsson and in the 90th minute with a great move in the movement he made it 2-1 for AEK against Dinamo Zagreb.
On the same night Panathinaikos faced Marseille and wanted to defend the 1-0 of the first match. With two goals in the first half, the French overturned the facts, but they were counting without Fotis Ioannidis.
The greens won a penalty in the 90+8' and the Greek striker with Olympian composure sent the ball into the net and sent the match in overtime.
The Greek treble was completed on Thursday night with Sotiris Alexandropoulos. Geng looked capable of sending the match to extra time, but the Greek midfielder with a goal at 90+6 managed to make it 1-1 and give Olympiakos the qualification.