Egypt striker Ahmed Hassan "Kouka" scored twice to help recently-crowned Greek champions Olympiacos to a 2-1 victory over OFI Crete on Wednesday.
Kouka opened the scoring after 27 minutes, side-footing home a low cross from the right.
Vajebah Sakor brought OFI Crete level on the stroke of halftime but Kouka struck again in the 83rd minute to complete his double and hand Olympiacos another win, taking his tally to six league goals with the team after joining in January.
On Monday, Kouka's Olympiacos won the Greek league title with four matches to spare after beating AEK Athens 2-1.
The 27-year-old has a chance to win another title with Olympiacos this season as they will face AEK in the Greek Cup final later this month.
Kouka re-joined Olympiacos for the second successive season on a short-term loan deal in January. He spent last season on loan at the Greek giants from Portugal's Braga, scoring 15 goals in 32 appearances.
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