Olympiacos’ Emmanuel Emenike returns from injury

The Nigerian striker is back from an injury and is set to play a part in the Greek Cup on Wednesday

Olympiacos’ Emmanuel Emenike has returned from injury after missing in action for over three weeks.

The 30-year-old suffered a muscle injury in the Thrylos’ loss to Atromitos in the Greece Super League at the start of October.

And without the former West Ham forward Takis Lemonis’ men have won two of their last three games without the forward, losing only to Barcelona in the Champions League.

Emenike has scored three goals for the Greek champions this season since joining from Fenerbahce in the summer.

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And the former West Ham United frontman took to the social media to announce his return from the injury on Tuesday.

“Happy to be back [for] Olympiacos,” Emenike wrote on Instagram.

The striker could return for selection when Olympiacos take on Acharnaikos in a cup tie on Wednesday afternoon.

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