Mixed fortunes for Greek giants
Olympiakos and PAOK enjoyed winning starts to their respective campaigns, while Panathinaikos had a shock loss in Prague.
“No, we have not progressed. As soon as the match at Toumba is over, and we have won, then I can say that we have progressed. It’s not right to talk about this at this stage, and we will lose if we have this mentality. We have learnt to have a winning attitude in all of our matches, and we will continue with this attitude in the next game,” he told the newspaper Sport Day.
The Portuguese international continued, suggesting the win was the PAOK’s only aim. “The main thing was the win, and not how we played. We wanted the win, which was so important given it was away from home. It’s important for us to continue to play well and progress in Europe, the club deserves it, and you can see that from its history.”
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