Egypt striker Ahmed 'Kouka' Hassan won his second title in Europe after helping his team Olympiacos clinch the Greek Super League title following Sunday’s 2-1 win over rivals AEK Athens.
The towering striker came off the bench in the 77th minute to help his teammates grab the club’s 45th league title with four matches to spare in the competition.
The 27-year-old international attacker 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.
Kouka’s first title in his European career was winning the Portuguese Cup title (Taca de Portugal) of the 2014/2015 season.
As Olympiakos will be facing AEK again next month at the Greek Cup Final, Kouka still has another opportunity to add a new title this season.
During the current season, Kouka has scored five goals in 21 appearances in all competitions with Olympiakos.
Kouka, who came from Ahly's youth ranks and began his European career with Portugal's Rio Ave in 2011, has 25 international caps, scoring five goals.
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