PAOK Egyptian forward Amr Warda in action against Olympiacos in the Greek Cup final (Photo: PAOK FC twitter account)
Egyptian winger Amr Warda helped PAOK FC claim the Greek Cup title after beating recently crowned Champions and Cup title holders Olympiacos 2-1 in the final on Saturday.
The 27-year-old left- winger, ha started the game and was only substituted 10 minutes before the final whistle.
PAOK FC got in the lead when when right-back Vieirinha successfully converted a penalty kick in the 35th minute.
Midfielder Yann M'Vila scored the equaliser just five minutes after the break but forward Michael Krmencik had the final word scoring a 90th-minute winner to give his team a precious win and title.
It's their fourth title in the past five years and their 8th overrall.
Warda re-joined his former club PAOK from fellow Greek side Volos in the January transfer window and has made a fine impact since, netting three goals in 27 appearances in all competitions. His contract with PAOK runs until the summer of 2022.
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