Morocco international Medhi Carcela was on target for Olympiacos as they settled for a 2-2 draw with Serbian Superliga side Partizan Belgrade, which was enough to qualify them on 5-3 aggregate for the playoff of the Uefa Champions league.
The winger’s left-footed shot from the centre of the box in the 21st minutes unsettled Miroslav Dukic’s men and caught Filip Kljajic napping.
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Guinea international Seydouba Soumah restored parity to his side after firing a shot past Stefanos Kapino before the break.
Konstantinos Fortounis's header from Leonardo Koutris’s cross in the 52nd minute gave Besnik Hasi’s side a deserved lead.
Five minutes before the end of the encounter, Serbia’s Uros Djurdjevic found the back of the net with a well-taken shot but it was too little too late as Thrylos qualified to the next stage of the competition on aggregate having secured a 3-0 advantage in the first leg.
Nigeria’s Emmanuel Emenike was an unused substitute in the encounter.