Joyous scenes for AEK at a packed OAKA
In the Greek capital, AEK Athens sealed the club’s first Greek title in 24 years against Levadiakos, earning a 2:0 win at a full Olympic Stadium.
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With the OAKA boasting a regulated capacity of 69,618, it’s not often you see the arena sold out, but AEK fans simply couldn’t miss the opportunity to see their beloved team crowned champions of Greece for the first time since 1994.
In one of the best atmosphere witnessed at the OAKA in recent memory, AEK dominated proceedings against Levadiakos, scoring twice through Anastasios Bakasetas in the first half. After the final whistle blew, the celebrations could finally begin in Athens, as players, coaches and fans alike expressed their utter joy at seeing the 24-year wait to win the Greek championship come to an end.
Following the match’s completion, AEK’s jubilant players made their way to the Original 21 section of the stadium, sharing the moment with the club’s most ardent of supporters:
AEK head coach Manolo Jimenez, who immediately became a club legend when steering the club to the Super League crown, was thrown into the air by his players:
The Enosis players gathered in the centre circle of the field, joining in with a group celebration with the fans at the packed OAKA:
Later in the evening, this atmospheric video from the OAKA was uploaded to YouTube, capturing the unforgettable scenes experienced in Athens: