Olympiacos reconquer the Cup and the double

The team coached by Pedro Martins won the trophy for the "longest final", initially scheduled for July 26 and rescheduled for August 30.

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Olympiacos, with a goal from Serbian Lazar Randjelovic, beat AEK Athens (0-1) this Saturday and five years later, won the final of the Greek Cup, which joins the Super League to complete the double in football Greek.

The team coached by the Portuguese Pedro Martins won the trophy for the "longest final", initially scheduled for July 26 and rescheduled for August 30.

The first time it was postponed because the police did not guarantee security at the Georgios Camaras stadium. The second, set for two weeks ago at the Olympic Stadium, was postponed because Olympiacos player Maximiliano Lovera tested positive for coronavirus.

It was definitely played this Saturday, at the Panthessaliko stadium in Volos, with the triumph of the Piraeus team, which was enough by the Balkan Randjelovic's goal in the tenth minute, after receiving a pass from the Guinean Mohamed Mady Camara.

He was able to extend his lead in the 56th minute but Moroccan Youssef El Arabi missed a penalty.

The title accentuates Olympiacos' dominance in the Greek Cup. Randjelovic's goal was the twenty-eighth cup trophy in its history, ten more since Panathinaikos.

The AEK was back at the gates. The Italian Massimo Carrera's side was yearning for their sixteenth Cup. But they lost their second final in a row. Last year against PAOK. Now against Olympiacos.



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