The goalkeeper was rarely tested between the sticks but showed brilliant reflexes to deny Gillet's close-range effort and keep Olympiakos' lead intact.
The centre-back produced an assured first-half display but seemed to suffer from the nerves of the occasion after the break and looked shaky.
The left-back showed good energy to get up and down the left wing to whip teasing crosses into the box although some of his set pieces proved wasteful.
The right-back was caught out of position on a few occasions and he sloppily gave the ball away in the build-up to Anderlecht's equaliser.
A tenacious display from the Portuguese midfielder who broke up a number of Anderlecht attacks brilliantly to help the hosts dominate in the middle of the pitch.
Took the armband in Maniatis' absence and proved inspirational for the Greek champions, creating a number of chances. He claimed two fortunate assists for Saviola's double.
The Nigerian striker hoped to shine in Mitroglou's absence and although he worked hard to create a number of openings for himself, he lacked the composure to make a difference.
He produced some neat touches in the midfield and helped Olympiakos to keep possession.
The on-loan Arsenal striker showed his potential and caused N'Sakala problems with his direct dribbling. He had a penalty appeal turned down when his goal-bound volley was blocked by the hand of the Anderlecht defender.
It was an eventful night for the Argentine who scored his second and third goals in the Champions League in nine years, despite missing a second-half penalty. His dribbling ensured he was a constant menace.
The goalkeeper made two fine saves to deny Saviola and Weiss from the penalty spot before he was controversially dismissed in stoppage time for allegedly bringing down the Slovakian attacker.
The left-back endured a torrid evening and was caused a plethora of problems by Campbell. He looked clumsy in possession and it was no surprise that he was sent off after he produced a number of reckless challenges.
The 19-year-old defender produced a tireless performance at the back and although he was fortunate not to score an own goal, he showed plenty of heart to hold the ravaged Anderlecht defence together.
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He found it difficult to pick up the movement of Fuster although he did show his strength to break up the Olympiakos attack on a number of occasions.
The American continued his impressive goal scoring record for the season, tapping in from close range to claim the equaliser. He was one of Anderlecht's best performers with his ability to find a pass in tight areas.
The Senegalese centre-back produced a number of brave headers to prevent the Olympiakos threat from set-pieces. However, he was the first to be sent off after conceding a penalty and receiving a second yellow card for handball.
The captain showed his leadership to spur on a depleted Anderlecht side in the second half. He showed his class and unselfishness to set up Kljestan for the equaliser and tested Roberto with a brilliant half-volley.
The youngster is ultimately set for a bright future but he failed to get the better of the Olympiakos midfield and could not demonstrate his creative ability.
He came into the side due to Bruno's suspension but struggled to get a foothold in the game and was the player sacrificed after Kouyate's red card.
The Honduran impressed on his Champions League debut with his tireless running and clever runs. Was unlucky not to win a penalty in the second half.
The young Serbian proved an isolated figure up front and struggled to make the most of his limited service. Needs to work on his temperament.
The Slovakian produced a lively performance from the bench and was fouled for the second and third penalty. Despite missing from the spot, his pace and ability to exploit space behind the full-backs was encouraging.
The Argentine scored for the third game running as he finally ended Olympiakos' misery from the spot in the final minute.