Olympiacos fans were outraged by their team’s loss and rioted after the match.
Olympiacos lost 1-3 to AEK Athens in the 5th round of the 2022-23 Greek Superliga Elada Championship playoffs held at the Karaiskakis Stadium in Pireyas, Greece on the 24th at 3:00 am (Korean time). This puts Olympiacos in third place in the league with 63 points.
This match was very important for Olympiacos.온라인카지노 It was a game that not only won the league, but also the qualifying qualification for the UEFA Champions League (UCL). However, Olympiacos’ performance was lethargic. The first goal was allowed in the 7th minute of the first half, and there was no opportunity to do so.
Through a tactical change in the second half, the atmosphere was reversed. In this process, the score was also balanced. In the 9th minute of the second half, Bakambu finished a cross from the left with a header and scored the equalizer. But then it collapsed again. In the 35th minute of the second half, a penalty kick (PK) was awarded and a goal was allowed, and a key goal was allowed in extra time in the second half, eventually losing 1-3.
Fans were outraged by the team’s defeat. When the whistle sounded at the end of the game, some fans rushed into the stadium and immediately set off fireworks and firecrackers. The stadium was immediately covered in smoke.
As soon as the final whistle blew, the Athens players immediately evacuated to the locker room, and the Olympiacos players immediately left the field for safety reasons. Hwang In-bum, who played 90 minutes full-time, also moved immediately in this process.
A confrontation lasted about 5 minutes. Greek hooligans clashed with riot police and eventually dispersed when the police pressed on in large numbers.
Greek media also reported the news. Greece’s ‘The Standard’ reported: “Olympiacos fans stormed the stadium. There were large riot police and tear gas. The police tried to protect the players and referees. There was also a video showing him bursting out,” he explained.
Greece’s ‘Sportsport’ also explained the situation at the time, “The referee ended the game two minutes early when the hooligans started to riot. The scene reminiscent of war continued for several minutes, and then the situation calmed down.”
Fans were outraged for two main reasons. First of all, I felt dissatisfaction with the referee’s decision. It is also a big reason that the team’s championship and advance to the European Football Federation (UEFA) UCL qualifiers are far away. With this defeat, Olympiacos narrowed the gap between 1st place Panathinaikos and 2nd place Atete (both teams have 72 points) by 9 points. With 5 league games left, a comeback seems difficult.
In addition, in the Greek league, the first place can advance to the 3rd round of the UEFA UCL qualifiers, and the 2nd place can advance to the 2nd round of the qualifiers. The 3rd and 4th places will be able to advance to the second round of the European Football Federation (UEFA) Europa Conference League (UECL) qualifiers. As a result, the possibility that Olympiacos will not qualify for the European Football Federation (UEFA) UCL next season has increased.