Until the 80’s in “Itihad”, Olympiakos was looking for the dream against the mighty and rich Manchester City. The 1-0 of the first half could well have been 1-1 in the replay but the… dial in the last whistle scored 3-0. Olympiacos having made a first bad half with City scoring early, just in the 11th with Ferran Torres, and entering the replay much better with the changes of Bruma and Pepe to give impetus to the team. Until the 80 ‘Olympiakos looked into the eyes of Guardiola’s team, the team of the billion! But could not find its goal equalizer, something that Jesσs found impressively on his return to the field “clearing” in the 81st game. Cancello’s goal in the 90 ‘made the result harder for Olympiakos, which may not tell the truth based on the image that the Greek duo had in the replay, but they have this level. Against top-class teams such as Manchester City, these happens. The 3-0 was heavy for Olympiakos that showed us in “Itihad” two different faces and in the end, lived the same project. As in Portugal with Porto so in England with Manchester City it was found to lose early, it was better in second half, looked for a draw but in the final conceded goals that ended the matches. Manchester City (Pep Guardiola): Anderson, Walker (82΄Cancello), Stones, Ake, Zichenko, Guido, DiN Fontaine (68΄Rondri), Mahrez (68΄Jesus), Sterling (82΄Bernando Silva) .Olimpiakos (Pedro Martins): Sa, Rafinia, Semedo, Cisse, Cholebas, Bouhalakis (46΄Pepe), Kamaras (, Embila, Valbuena (85΄ Sudani), Ranjelovi ((46΄Bruma), El Arabi (76΄Hassan).
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