Panetolikos registered their fourth Greek Super League victory this season, thanks to Sierra Leone striker Alhassan Crespo Kamara 51st minute match winner.
AEK’s Superleague title defence well and truly hit the skids on Saturday as they were beaten 2-1 by Panaitolikόs in an absorbing Matchday 11 clash at the Panetolikos Stadium in Agrinio.
The 25-year-old Sierra Leone international scored his second consecutive goal for the Greek outfit as Panaitolikόs overcome EAK 2-1 at home.
A first-half own goal from Uros Cosic and Alhassan Kamara’s 51st-minute strike sealed the three points for Traianos Dellas’ Panaitolikos side, with Andre Simoes’ late goal for AEK not enough to spark a comeback.
The result leaves AEK nine points behind leaders PAOK, who were due to host Xanthi in the late match. Panaitolikόs, meanwhile, move joint-seventh with Aris on 15 points.
Kamara opened his goal account before the international break in their 2-1 defeat to PAOK Thessaloniki on Sunday, November 11.
Their next Super League outing will be away to Olympiakos next weekend December 3 at the Karaiskakis Stadium.
Panetolikos 2 – 1 AEK Athens
Uros Cosic (26′ OG) Alhassan Kamara (51′)
André Simões (77′)
Panatolikos: Kyriakidis, Chadakia, Roda, Kamaras (67 ‘Morar), Mana (77’ Gianniotis Il), Willian, Dias, Louseros, Marinakis, Argos, Mazurek (87 ‘Liavas).
AEK: Barkas, Bakakis (76 ‘Gallos), Lambropoulos, Tsosic, Hoult, Alef (60’ Clonaridis), Simoues, Bakasetas (46 ‘Boge), Mandalos, Livia, Pons.
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