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Olympiacos finally deposed

Published: Sunday 14 March 2004, 23.30CET
Panathinaikos FC took advantage of Olympiacos CFP's defeat by AEK Athens FC to seize top spot.

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Published: Sunday 14 March 2004, 23.30CET

Olympiacos finally deposed

Panathinaikos FC took advantage of Olympiacos CFP's defeat by AEK Athens FC to seize top spot.

AEK Athens FC’s 1-0 defeat of second placed Olympiacos CFP on Sunday allowed Panathinaikos FC to move into first position in the Hellenic National League.

Tenth win
AEK, in sixth, achieved a hard-earned victory in the Athens derby for the second consecutive year after Vassilis Lakis converted a perfect through-ball from Vassilis Tsiartas. Panathinaikos took full advantage of the result, edging out Panionios NFC 1-0 for their tenth consecutive victory thanks to Lucian Sanmartea’s 84th-minute long-range effort.

Spasic winner
Third-placed FC PAOK were also 1-0 winners, overcoming Kallithea FC to improve their hopes of a UEFA Champions League berth. The winning goal was scored from close range by Sladjan Spasic in the 42nd minute. Egaleo FC, in fourth, enjoyed a more comfortable outing against Paniliakos, sauntering to a 4-1 triumph in a match in which Anestis Agritis scored twice.

Fine effort
A fine early goal from Giorgos Zaharopoulos allowed Halkidona FC, in fifth, to defeat Iraklis FC 1-0 while OFI Crete saw off Akratitos FC 2-1. In the remaining games, Xanthi FC drew 2-2 with Proodeftiki FC while FC Aris Thessaloniki also shared the spoils after they were held 1-1 by Ionikos FC.

Last updated: 15/03/04 11.32CET

Results

Greek Super League 2003/04

Matches
HomeAway
Last updated: 29/06/2011 03:59 CET

13/03/2011

PAOKPAOK2-1OlympiacosOlympiacos

Koutsianikoulis 45, Vitolo 70 (p)

Djebbour 12

Venue: Thessaloniki

13/03/2011

AEKAEK1-0KavalaKavala

Scocco 88

Venue: Athens

13/03/2011

Kerkyra FCKerkyra FC3-4ArisAris

Maznov 7, Grammozis 32, Veronesi 78

Faty 26, Lazaridis 65, Castillo 68, Koke 76

Venue: Corfu

13/03/2011

PanioniosPanionios3-3LarissaLarissa

Galitsios 21, Mitroglou 32 (p), Balaban 77

Tümer Metin 83 (p), Dabizas 61, 85

Venue: Athens

13/03/2011

ErgotelisErgotelis1-1AtromitosAtromitos

Romano 44

Anastasakos 68

Venue: Crete

12/03/2011

IraklisIraklis1-3PanathinaikosPanathinaikos

Ngwat-Mahop 36

Petropoulos 4, 50, Christodoulopoulos 83

Venue: Iraklis

12/03/2011

Asteras TripolisAsteras Tripolis2-1Olympiacos VolouOlympiacos Volou

Bastia 16, Bartolini 89

Solakis 23

Venue: Tripolis

12/03/2011

PanserraikosPanserraikos2-1XanthiXanthi

Papazoglou 39, Dalé 54

Marcelinho 87 (p)

Venue: Panserraikos

Standings

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