UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Olympiacos’ damaging 3-1 defeat to Red Star Belgrade in the UEFA Champions League prolonged the miserable 16-match winless streak for Greek clubs in the group stage of the competition.
BLOGS (THEO BOURAS): AGONAsport’s Olympiacos contributor, Theo Bouras, talks about the Erythrolefki’s disappointing loss away to Red Star Belgrade in Tuesday’s UEFA Champions League action.
UEFA COEFFICIENTS: Greece maintained their slender lead over Cyprus in the UEFA Association Club Coefficient Rankings, however Serbia are now within striking distance after a great week for the Balkan nation. AGONAsport’s Sarantos Kaperonis takes a closer look after matchday two in the UEFA Champions and Europa League.
AGONASPORT SALES: Olympiacos’ chances of reaching the Champions League knockout stage are hanging by a fine thread after they lost 3-1 away in Belgrade on Tuesday night. The Greek champions had the lead in the 37th minute through Ruben Semedo, but Yassine Benzia was sent off in the second half to leave Olympaicos with 10-men. Milos Vulic equalised for Red Star Belgrade five minutes later and the Serbian side scored twice at the death to seize a precious victory. The sending off was a cruel blow for Olympiacos and it leaves their chances of reaching the last 16 looking extremely precarious.
UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Red Star Belgrade, who share a special, unique friendship with Olympiacos, welcomed their Greek visitors with open arms for their UEFA Champions League clash on Tuesday.
UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: After losing to Red Star Belgrade in the UEFA Champions League, Olympiacos head coach Pedro Martins emphasized that the Super League is their goal, while Vladan Milojevic acknowledged the importance of the red card.
UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Olympiacos suffered a disappointing 3-1 defeat against Red Star (Crvena Zvezda) in Belgrade on Tuesday as the Greek giants’ Champions League journey in Group B took a turn for the worse in a match which saw them reduced to 10 players.**HIGHLIGHTS**
UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Olympiacos continue their Champions League journey on Tuesday night as they face off against Red Star (Crvena Zvezda) in Belgrade.
UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Ahead of the UEFA Champions League duel between Olympiacos and Red Star Belgrade in Serbia, both Pedro Martins and Vladan Milojevic spoke to the media.
UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Olympiacos and Red Star Belgrade have never met in a competitive match, but the Erythrolefki have played against Serbian opposition on four occasions in the past.
UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: The brotherhood between Olympiacos and Red Star Belgrade is expected to be on full display when the Erythrolefki travel to the Serbian capital for matchday two in the UEFA Champions League.
AGONA PROFILE: AGONAsport takes a closer look at Red Star Belgrade, who will play against Olympiacos in Group B of the 2019/2020 UEFA Champions League on Tuesday.
UEFA: It has been confirmed that the new third-tier European competition will be named the UEFA Europa Conference League, while the organisation also revealed which cities will host the Champions League final between 2021 and 2023.
ETHNIKI (FOOTBALL): Greece, Europe, Panathinaikos - frustration at both levels as the five-year decline reaches breaking point. AGONAsport takes a closer look.
UEFA CHAMPIONS & EUROPA LEAGUE: Olympiacos’ win over AC Milan pushed Greece up to 13th in the UEFA Association Club Coefficient Rankings.
BLOGS (THEO BOURAS): AGONAsport’s Olympiacos contributor, Theo Bouras, talks about Olympiacos’ credible draw against Tottenham and the optimism it leaves ahead of this season’s European campaign.
UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Olympiacos supporters made the headlines for the right reasons in the UEFA Champions League this week, putting together a powerful choreography display ahead of the match against Tottenham Hotspur.
UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Mathieu Valbuena has been included in the UEFA Champions League Team of the Week after starring in the memorable 2-2 draw against Tottenham Hotspur.
UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: For the first time since 2002, Olympiacos managed to salvage a point in the UEFA Champions League after trailing by two goals.
UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Following the enthralling 2-2 draw at the rocking Karaiskakis Stadium, Olympiacos boss Pedro Martins was proud of his players for showing character, while Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino felt underwhelmed.