A brace by Felipe Pardo gave Olympiakos a 2-1 victory more than Zagreb.
Olympiakos manager Marco Silva says his team’s last-gasp win more than Dinamo Zagreb shows the spirit of his players.
Dinamo Zagreb midfielder Paulo Machado says they will now fight Arsenal for a spot in the Europa League.
Greek police say at least six men and women have been hospitalised and 10 detained right after rival fans from Serbia and Croatia clashed — employing chains, baseball bats and brass knuckles — at Athens International Airport.
The clashes occurred on Thursday following a Champions League match between Olympiakos and Croatian club Dinamo Zagreb, regardless of an agreement in between the two clubs to sell no away tickets.
The Serbian fans had travelled to Athens to support Greek side Olympiakos and took component in the clashes, most dressed in black and wearing hoods.
Olympiakos won the Group F game 2-1.
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