The home side started the game better but Alki responded to every threat they got. With just over half an hour into the first half Mustafa Kucukovic scored a penalty for the home side only for Tanasa to score a penalty on the other side four minutes later making it 1-1 at half time.
In the second half it only took Alki a minute to go up front for the first time in the game with Konte. They seemed confident with the ball and happy to keep the score at 1-2 but they couldn’t hang on for it much as on the 78th minute Kucukovic scored another penalty for Olympiakos to make it 2-2 and set fire to the game. The home fans didn’t even finish celebrating when Ohene scored for Alki to make it 2-3 and kill the game.
Another great game for Alki after last week’s 2-2 draw with AEK when they were 2-0 down. As for Olympiakos, Kucukovic finally scored for his club, albeit both penalties. But this still was a bad performance from the home side that caused their manager, Papadopoulos to step down from his position. His demand was accepted by the management and we now wait to see who will replace him.