Nigerian forward Brown Ideye scored as his Greek Super League leaders Olympiakos Piraeus set a ...
Nigerian forward Brown Ideye scored as his Greek Super League leaders Olympiakos Piraeus set a club record 17 successive league wins by beating Levadiakos 3-1 at the Georgios Karaiskakis stadium on Sunday.
Ideye Brown opened the scoring for the Greek champions before Felipe Pardo, and Alejandro Dominquez added the second and third respectively in a comfortable win. The 25 year old now have 4 goals in 6 appearances in the Super League.
Olympiakos who have dominated Greek football for the past two decades, surpass the 16 consecutive wins during the 2005-06 season.
Olympiakos have won the last five Greek titles, and astonishingly 17 of the last 19 -- with bitter rivals Panathinaikos the only other side to have won the league since 1994-95.
Olympiakos, with a perfect record, are 18 points clear of AEK Athens.