Esse Akida bagged a brace as AC Paok were held to a 2-2 draw by AEK Athens in the Greek Super League on Saturday.

Akida gave visitors PAOK the lead in the ninth minute and completed her brace and his side’s second a minute later. AEK was to reduce the arrears through Vera minutes to half-time. The visitors were reduced to ten players when Koskeridou received her marching orders in the 54th minute with AEK taking the advantage to restore parity in the 72nd minute for a share of the spoils.

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While PAOK maintained their unbeaten start to the season, their lead at the top of the table has been reduced to seven points as AEK remains sixth with 31 points after 20 games.

In the Czech Republic, striker Marjolene Nekesa bagged five goals as Slavia Praha returned to league action with an 11-0 win over Lokomotiva Brno.

Nekesea was to grab a hattrick in the first half with her other two goals coming in the 82nd and 90th minute of the game. Salvia’s other goals were scored by Cerna with the other five goals being bagged by Katerina Svitkova. Slavia remains top of the 1 Liga Women table with 37 points, five points above cross-town rivals Sparta Praha.

In Romania, goalkeeper Lilian Awuor played in the entire games as Farul Constanta recorded a 3-0 win over Timosoara; defender Enez Mango was a late substitute in the game.

In Turkey, Mwanahalima Adam and Vivian Nasaka both featured as Hakkarigucu managed a 2-1 win over Beylerbeyispor in the Turkish Women 1 League. The results leave them at 8th place on the table after collecting 39 points with their Sunday opponents stagnating at 4th after collecting 50 points in the 25 games played.

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