Slovenian show in the middle of the Greek capital: Andraž Šporar twice, Adam Gnezda Čerin once for Panathinaikos’ big win (VIDEO)
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Panathinaikos is after incident last week against Olympiacos and Europa League defeat to Rennes, a league showdown against Panserraikos. Unlike in the previous matches, Adam Genzda Cerin started the match on the substitutes’ bench, while Andraž Šporar and Benjamin Verbič were included in the starting eleven. The home team left a firecracker in the away net and made sure their fans were delighted. It ended 5-0 against Panathinaikos.
Just 45 seconds into the game, Ruben Perez spotted a hole in the visiting defence and sent a forward pass, which was received and taken advantage of by none other than Andraž Šporar. The Ljubljana international scored his 20th goal for Clover.
It was only the 10th. The away net shakes again as the ball is headed into the net by the visiting defender Panagiotis Deligiannidis in front of Verbičis. From 26. Home midfielder Tonny Vilhena was unable to continue for a minute, which meant that Adam Gnezda Cerin got his chance to play very early on. Five minutes before the end of regulation time in the first half, after a Slovenian action between Verbič and Šporar, the latter was fouled in the away penalty area and the referee pointed to the white dot. Šporar took the harshest penalty and scored the second goal of the game.
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The home team’s advantage before the second half was further strengthened by a second yellow card for Ismahila Ouedraogo, who received it in the dying moments of the first half when Benjamin Verbič’s shot was stopped by the crossbar.
In 57th minute, the Slovenian team was again successful, this time with a slightly different line-up, as Šporar received the ball in the penalty area and laid it off to Adam Gnezdi Čerin, whose unstoppable shot beat the visiting keeper Adrian Chovan.
Moments later Benjamin Verbič left the game and was replaced by Argentinian Daniel Mancini, who scored in the 77th minute. in the final minute to set the final score. With today’s victory, Panathinaikos has ensured that it will remain in first place in the standings after the 9th round of the competition. Greek Super League round.
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