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Second win in a row for AEK who beat Othellos 3-2, at home

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Second win in a row for AEK, who beat Othello 3-2 at home in a match for the fourth matchday. Two of the winners' goals were scored by Sol (10' and 43'), while Triskovski scored the other (38'). Garthia (25') and Sagare (59') found the net for the visitors. Apart from the fact that he violated the opponent's goal twice, the Spanish forward made a very good appearance and like the sun (as his last name is translated in Spanish)…brilliant he brought the sunshine – calmness to the “yellow-greens”, who avoided the frost.

A Part

The game started with AEK trying to impose its rhythm from the first minutes while Othellos waited to find open lanes.

The first threat in the visitors' area came in the 9th minute after Farage turned Pere Pons but the latter did not make a good finish.

Two minutes later the Oltra team managed to open the scoring with Sol o who took advantage of the long ball that was sent to him and beat the Othello goalkeeper with a spot kick.

In the 25th minute, Faraz made a beautiful move entering the area but his spot kick went past the Toudul goal.

A minute later, Othellos managed to react and equalized after a shot by Babigia with Piric making an unstable save and then Garcia equalized for his team.

Oltra's team managed to take the lead in the 38th minute and back to the score. This time the captain of the Larnaca team took advantage of the mistake of Othello's defenders and beat the visitors' goalkeeper from close range.
Shortly before the break, AEK managed to score a third goal again with Sol who, after executing a corner, scored his second personal goal.

This was also the score of the half with AEK Othello leads 3-1.

B Part

The second part started with a great opportunity for the hosts. Milisevic tried the shot from long range with the ball hitting the crossbar.

In the 51st minute it was Othello's turn to threaten with Sangare making a nice individual effort but his placement was not good with a result. the ball to go out.

Othellos, who entered better in the second half, managed to reduce the score and re-enter the game. After Stamoulis turned, Shangare had no difficulty in scoring.

Alexis Garpozis' team showed that they did not give up and looked for the equalizing goal. On the other hand, the Oltra team tried to drop the pace and circulate the ball.

In the 88th minute, Weslati made the shot, forcing Piric to make a difficult save. The referee of the match showed nine minutes of delay due to the many injuries and changes that he had in the second half.

In the 96th minute, the visitors almost stole the point of the tie with Korinos making the header but Milisevic drove over the line saving his team.

This was also the final score of the match with AEK celebrating their second consecutive victory. On the other hand, Othellos fought at the end for the equalizer but Piric and Milisevic saved their team by giving them an important three points.


AEK (Oltra): Piric , Tomovic, Ledes, Sol, Triskovski, Farage, Garcia, Milisevic, Pons, Santos, Sanchez.

Othello (Garpozis): Toudoul, Stamoulis, Jansen, Nardini, De Oliveira, Sangare, L. Garcia, Hasso, Ediage, Christodoulou, Brambia

Scorers: 11', 45+4' Sol, 38' Triskovski/25' Garthia, 59' Shangare

Yellows: 23' Hasso, 34 ′ Brampigia.

Referee: Fellas Konstantinos

VAR: Theuli Chrysovalantis

Source: www.kathimerini.com.cy

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