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Warda features in Panetolikos’ draw with Platanias
From the beginning of the match, fourth-placed Platanias had most of the possession. However after 20 minutes, neither side was able to produce a single chance of note.
As the first half went on, most of Panetolikos’ chances came through Warda on the counterattack. Both teams headed into the break with a 0-0 tie, with still no significant chances for either side.
Five minutes into the second half, Warda had a great cross in the box, but Tomane headed it wide. In the 62nd minute, Warda received a yellow card for a rough challenge on Apostolopoulos.
Warda’s night came to an end two minutes before full-time as Luis Rocha was brought on to replace him.
The game ended in a 0-0 draw which leaves Panetolikos in the 8th place with five points from four games. Their next game will be on October 15 against 12th-placed AOK Kerkyra.