2017–18 Superleague Greece
AEK did it again on Sunday. It came from behind to beat Olympiakos in the last few minutes to add a 2-1 away win over the Reds to a 3-2 home come-back triumph earlier this season. The result has taken AEK up to second, Olympiakos down to third, and PAOK - victor of PAS at Ioannina - two points clear at the top of the Super League table.
SOCCER: Olympiakos will face AEK in the quarterfinals of the Greek Cup, with the first game midweek next week and the return two weeks later. This will be the fourth consecutive season the two sides will meet in the competition. The other pairings in Monday's draw were PAOK vs Atromitos, Panionios vs Lamia and PAS Giannina vs Larissa.
PAOK and AEK scored three goals each to leapfrog over Olympiakos at the top of the Super League table on Sunday, as the Reds will play their match on Monday, at home against Lamia.
PAOK was a class above struggling Kerkyra and won 3-0 away thanks to goals from Leo Matos, Djalma Campos and Dimitris Pelkas.
AEK remained ahead of challengers Olympiakos and PAOK at the Super League race with its successful trip to Livadia on Sunday, while Panionios conquered Panathinaikos's castle.
Marko Livaja and Sergio Araujo scored in the second half to give AEK a 2-0 win at Levadiakos to take AEK to 27 points from 13 games.
Lazaros Christodoulopoulos led AEK to a comeback triumph over Olympiakos in the season's first derby, as the Yellows won 3-2 at home on Sunday to stay alone on top of the table.
They are two points clear of PAOK and Panionios who scored home wins on Sunday, in a much more productive Super League weekend than the previous one.
AEK is alone on top of the Super League table after beating Lamia on Sunday, while Olympiakos narrowly escaped a home loss to Asteras Tripolis. The weekend produced just six goals in seven games, with four of the goals coming from the penalty spot as Greek fans were treated to a diet of very poor soccer.