- Associated Press - Saturday, December 19, 2015

ATHENS, Greece (AP) - Olympiakos earned a Greek league-record 14th straight win to start the season when it beat Kalloni 2-0 on Saturday.

The defending champion is 14 points clear of second-place Panathinaikos, which plays at Panthrakikos on Sunday.

Costas Fortounis scored twice from the penalty spot for Olympiakos in the first half. In the second instance, he was brought down by goalkeeper Costas Dafkos, who was shown the red card.

Fortounis leads the Greek league with 12 goals, half of them on penalties.

Also, Atromitos beat Panionios 1-0, and Veria beat Asteras by the same score.

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