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Panetolikos returns to winning ways after scoring on the stroke against AEK
A solitary strike by Brazilian midfielder Marcos Paulo Gomes helped Panetolikos return to winning ways at a 72,000 capacity stadium against Greece top tier club AEK Athens.
A ‘never say never’ attitude by the home side paid off when time seemly to be not in their favor with Gomes being the hero.
Egyptian playmaker Amr Warda started the match but was withdrawnn and replaced by Visiliou in added time after 90 minutes.
Both sides were shy on goal in the first half. That can’t be said in the second half with Panetolikos scoring in the 90th minuted to give their fans something to cheer about.
Warda’s team remain in seventh position on 34 points, 39 adrift of league leaders Olympiacos with AEK Athens occupying the second spot.