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Olympiakos draws 1-1 at Panetolikos in Greek league, loses 3 players to injury

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ATHENS, Greece - Giorgos Kousas' header from a corner in the 79th minute earned host Panetolikos a 1-1 draw against defending champion Olympiakos in the Greek league Saturday.

Pajtim Kasami had opened the scoring for Olympiakos in the 47th, also with a header, a minute after checking into the game as a substitute.

Olympiakos played the final 10 minutes with 10 men, as Delvin N'Dinga was carried out on a stretcher and all substitutions had been made. Alejandro Dominguez finished the game limping with a knee injury and, earlier, Giannis Maniatis was substituted after injuring his ankle.

Also, Kalloni beat Ergotelis 2-0 and Giannena drew 1-1 at Panthrakikos. Kalloni and Giannena join Olympiakos at the top, with four points from two games.

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