By Associated Press - Saturday, October 18, 2014

ATHENS, Greece (AP) - Kostas Mitroglou struck twice, at the end of the first and the second half, to lead Olympiakos to a 3-2 away win over Ergotelis in the Greek league Saturday.

The Greek international equalized in the 45th, two minutes after Mohammed Youssouf had opened the scoring for Ergotelis, and scored the winner in the 90th by diverting a powerful drive by Luka Milivojevic past the reach of goalkeeper Tomas Cerny.

In between, Angelos Chanti had given Ergotelis the lead again ten minutes into the second half and Alejandro Dominguez had equalized for Olympiakos in the 68th with a penalty kick.

Olympiakos shares first place with PAOK, which hosts Atromitos Sunday.

Also, newcomer Niki Volos earned its first points after five losses by beating Panthrakikos 1-0 and Panetolikos drew 1-1 at Asteras.



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