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Olympiacos Beat Antwerp 2-1 in Europa League (Highlights)

September 17, 2021

ATHENS — Olympiacos started his program in the UEFA Europa League’s group stage with a win, prevailing 2-1 over Antwerp in Karaiskakis Stadium.

The “red-and-whites” opened the score with El Arabi at 52’. Even though the away side got the equaliser, they conquered the three points thanks to Reabciuk’s goal at 87’, thus achieving their first victory in this competition’s group D.

Olympiacos (Martins): Vaclik, Reabciuk, Cisse, Papastathopoulos, Karbownik, M’Vila (76’ Valbuena), Bouchalakis, M. Camara (81’ Kunde), A. Camara (81’ Vrousai), Onyekuru (81’ Tiquinho), El Arabi (88’ Ou. Ba).

EUROPA LEAGUE RESULTS

Victor Osimhen scored twice for Napoli to surge back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Leicester. The English club was heading for a win before Osimhen headed in his second in the 87th minute. Leicester then had to hang on for a point when midfielder Wilfred Ndidi was sent off in stoppage time for a second yellow card.

West Ham earned a comfortable 2-0 win at Dinamo Zagreb after Michail Antonio intercepted a backpass for the opening goal and Declan Rice scored in his 150th game for the club. It was Rice's European debut for West Ham, which last played in the 2016-17 Europa League.

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